Stavanger-based Aero Norway specializes in CFM56 engine repairs. Its facility is on course for 92 shop visits in this calendar, comprised of 52 -3s and 40 -5s and -7s. “By 2020, we foresee the engine shop running at full capacity of around 120 engine inductions,” Glenford Marston, general manager of Aero Norway, told MRO-Network earlier this year.
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Germany’s MTU Maintenance, the world’s third largest engine MRO provider, operates two facilities domestically along with other engine shops in Zhuhai and Vancouver. In Hannover, it services large-sized engines such as the GE90, V2500 and the CFM56 family, among others. In Berlin, its repair offering is focused on smaller engine types with the CF34 accounting for the majority of its workload there.
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SR Technics, the Swiss MRO provider, holds a raft of capabilities including airframe and modifications services. For its engine segment, it conducts repairs on the CFM56 family along with the PW4000 engine.
Vortex Aviation Ireland
Based in Shannon, Vortex Aviation Ireland holds repair capabilities on a number of mature engine types. These include the CFM56, V2500, Rolls-Royce's RB211 and Pratt & Whitney's PW2000 and PW4000.
AFI KLM E&M
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AFI KLM E&M is one of Europe's largest MROs and holds engine repair capabilities across multiple CFM and GE engine types. Work is carried out and in Amsterdam. Its Paris-based CRMA engine subsidiary, also provides repair services on CFM and GE engines.
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Lufthansa Technik holds repair capabilities for a number of engine types including CFM, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, GE and IAE. Most of its engine services center on its shop in Hamburg with other activities in Alzey and Shannon, Ireland. It also runs an N3 Engine Overhaul Services, which focuses on Rolls-Royce Trent engines.
Partnering with startup accelerator program Whispr, the Spanish carrier has implemented its hands-free voice guidance platform on projects including digitizing the aircraft inspection documentation process on its Airbus A350 fleet which was previously paper based.
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The Serbian MRO services the CFM56-3 from its shop in Belgrade.
TAP Engineering & Maintenance
The Portuguese airline MRO services CFM56 and CF6 engines at its facility in Lisbon. It also operates on test cell with up to 100,000 lb of thrust.