MRO Management

Feam Aero opens new MRO hangar

MRO hangar: Feam Aero

Feam Aero, the Florida-based company, has opened a new 103,000-square-foot $19 million MRO hangar at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG).

The new facility will create over 100 aircraft mechanic jobs and supports the growing global logistics network at the airport.

“As aviation and aircraft maintenance services continue to be in high demand, we’re grateful to CVG Airport for understanding the need for our services, and for allowing this hangar to be part of the economic and innovative growth of the airport and state,” said Feam managing director, Cam Murphy.

“Not only will this facility help us to expand our services and provide high-quality aircraft services to our clients, but this investment represents our commitment to create more jobs and build opportunities.”

President and CEO of Atlas Air Worldwide, John Dietrich, mentioned that Atlas Air manages a diverse, complex and time-definite global network for an elite customer base with extensive operations in CVG.

“Our team is committed to the highest levels of safety, reliability and customer service. The new FEAM maintenance facility in CVG will greatly enhance our ability to support our fleet and deliver the highest levels of service for our customers,” said Dietrich.

The Lynxs Group developed the eight-acre site for FEAM Aero who is operating the hangar that is capable of housing B747 sized aircraft for MRO services.

“Lynxs Group is delighted to be the developer for the widebody maintenance hangar at CVG airport, which is one of the most dynamic airports in global logistics today,” commented CEO and founder of Lynxs Group, Ray Brimble.

“The wide-body maintenance hangar operated by Feam Aero will provide critical aircraft maintenance support for all aircraft operations using CVG including DHL, Prime Air, Atlas Air and others.”

Feam Aero said it has advanced aircraft repair capabilities, a wide line station network and approvals for work with current and next-generation aircraft, including the B787 and A350.

Find out more about Feam Aero here.

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