The Dublin facility of Vortex Aviation, a global “On-Wing” turbine engine support company that provides 24/7 AOG support across Europe and neighboring countries, has received maintenance approval under EASA certification from the competent authorities (IAA) Irish Aviation Authority.
The maintenance approval covers the majority of narrow-body and wide- body engine-types, for “On-Wing” and “Off-Wing” maintenance and includes Top Case and Engine Modular repairs on limited engine types. Vortex Aviation provides engine hospital shop visit maintenance activities to support its global customer base of lessors, owners and operators helping reduce heavy maintenance costs.
“Over the last two years, Vortex has become a global company building larger facilities in the US, Ireland and Singapore to meet the needs of global demand for on wing support and surgical type repairs,” said Jeff Lund, President and CEO, Kellstrom Aerospace Group. “The state-of-the-art facility in Dublin will allow Vortex to continue to meet the needs of our European customers to save engine maintenance cost. With the global epidemic and the amount of aircraft and engines on the ground, this facility will allow capability to store, preserve and provide lower cost maintenance to support Airlines, MRO, Financial Institutions, lessors and OEM’s.”
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