AerFin has launched a new service called ‘Engine MRO Lite’.
It provides a range of in-house and off-wing engine maintenance solutions, including quick-turn services, hospital shop repairs and engine transitions across CF34-8, CFM56-5 & 7 and RB211-524 platforms.
Work will be conducted at AerFin’s 100,000sq ft facility in Caerphilly in Wales, UK.
The Engine MRO Lite service will focus on optimising engine residual value to provide efficient and sustainable solutions, AerFin said.
Director of Operations Simon Bayliss (pictured, left) said: “We are looking forward to offering new and existing customers our innovative engine maintenance solutions by offering them quick access to engine maintenance services through our hospital/quick-turn activity, enabling operators to maximise liquidity of their assets and optimise their fleets readiness.”
CEO Bob James (pictured, right) commented: “The launch of our Engine MRO Lite services is a fantastic opportunity to further strengthen our relationships with airlines, lessors and MROs and will help us to build substantially on our ability to deliver cost-effective sustainable solutions to the aviation industry.”