The German MRO company has an established presence in the U.S. through its Dallas-based business. Its capabilities include engine pre-buy inspections, field service engine repairs and full video borescope inspections. These services cover CF34-8, CFM56-2/5B/7, V2500 and PW2000.
Credit: Dallas Airmotive
Operating a 200,000 sq.ft facility close to Dallas Fort Worth Airport, Dallas Airmotive specializes in multiple engine programs. These include PT6A, JT15D, TFE731, PW100, PW300, PW500, GTCP 36 APU, M250®, RR300, PW200, Spey & Tay.
The engine MRO operates a facility focused on some of the market's smaller engine types from Grapevine, Texas. It carries out repair services on PT6A, JT15D, PW300 and PW100 engine types.
Aviation Technical Services
Credit: ATS Components DFW
The recently formed business division of ATS combines its American Cooler Service, Aviation Industry Repair and Texas Pneumatic Systems companies into a single entity in Fort Worth. Repair specialisms range from composites, nacelles, radomes and winglets.
Credit: GE Aviation
The engine manufacturer has a repair center at Dallas Fort Worth Airport, where it carries out specialist services on nine engine types.
BP Aero Services
Credit: BP Aero Services
BP Aero Services operates two facilities in Irving, Texas and focuses on multiple engine capabilities across mature narrowbody and widebody models.
MRO activity in the host city of MRO Americas 2022.