FEAM AERO has been awarded FAA Part 145 repair station approval for its base maintenance facility at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
FEAM specialises in and supports a large number of air cargo operators at the airport, with a total workforce of more than 250 aircraft maintenance technicians and aerospace professionals.
The company recently announced the construction of a second widebody hangar at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky that it said demonstrated its ongoing commitment to the region and to the air cargo industry.
“There is incredible synergy generated by FEAM and one of our largest customers collaborating under the same FSDO,” said FEAM’s chief operating officer & accountable manager Wayne Sisson. “We have also had tremendous support from the local FAA team; we believe their partnership will support FEAM in maintaining our standards of excellence in safety and quality as we continue to expand.”
The certificate at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky marks FEAM’s second repair station approval, with the first at its base maintenance facility at Miami International Airport.
Jeff Slaughter, Cincinnati’s FSDO manager commented: “It’s not only a big deal for FEAM, but also for us here at the FAA. It is very exciting to issue FEAM their Air Agency Certificate on behalf of the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing FEAM to operate as an independent repair station here at CVG. Congratulations to everyone involved on a job well done.”