Dublin Aerospace has expanded its line maintenance division to Belfast City Airport.
The Dublin, Ireland-headquartered company has capabilities in APU repair and overhaul, base maintenance, IDG repair and overhaul, and landing gear repair and overhaul.
“We are delighted to have extended our operations into Belfast,” said Dublin Aerospace’s CEO William Flaherty. “By utilising our Exeter Aerospace CAA approval, we now have the ability to further service the UK commuter aircraft market. Combined with our Exeter operations, our Belfast division puts us in a prime position to serve our growing customer base to the highest of standards, with around-the-clock customer service, cost-competitive support, and optimum turn-time.”
Dublin Aerospace operates a four-bay base maintenance facility in Dublin Airport that can presently handle approximately 70 aircraft per annum (A320, A330, 737 families), and an APU overhaul centre that can handle 200 APUs a year.
The company operates a landing gear facility in Ashbourne, Ireland, where it overhauls up to 350 737 and A320 legs per year.
Dublin Aerospace’s UK subsidiary Exeter Aerospace commenced operations in 2021 and offers base maintenance services across six hangar bays for the ATR and DeHavilland DHC-8 turboprops together with Embraer regional jets.