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BP Aero completes first four Leap workscopes

Engine MRO provider BP Aero has completed its first lease return inspection, preservation, and QEC (Quick Engine Change) kit service for the Leap-1A and 1B engines.

Engine MRO provider BP Aero has completed its first lease return inspection, preservation, and QEC (Quick Engine Change) kit service for the Leap-1A and 1B engines.

The achievement represents the first Leap workscopes performed by BP Aero as part of ITP Aero Group.

A flagship product of CFM International, the Leap-1B engine powers the Boeing 737 MAX series and is recognised for its cutting-edge technology and superior performance.

BP Aero’s inspection, preservation, and QEC kit services ensure the engine’s optimal condition, facilitating seamless transitions for lessors and operators.

BP Aero says it has also invested in OEM training on the reverse bleed system workscope for the Leap-1A engine, which it says positions BP Aero as a premier service provider equipped to effectively support the upcoming campaign.

Mike Walsh, head of BP Aero, said: “We are delighted to celebrate the successful completion of our first four Leap workscopes. This accomplishment demonstrates our team’s dedication to delivering exceptional solutions tailored to our clients’ needs.

“Furthermore, our recent OEM training on the reverse bleed system work scope for the Leap-1A engine reaffirms our commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements in the industry and supporting our OEM partners.”

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