Why Maintenance is Critical While Aircraft are Grounded

While aircraft across Europe sit idle due to the COVID pandemic, it’s critical for operators to keep up maintenance schedules so they’re ready to fly when the skies re-open.

AvBuyer  |  23rd November 2020
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Why Maintenance is Critical While Aircraft are Grounded

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With more than 30 years’ engineering and turbine engine experience, TAE Aerospace is perfectly positioned to assist aircraft operators in Europe with a broad range of engine maintenance services, as well as component servicing and parts supply. 

Adhering to engine maintenance intervals keeps an engine running efficiently during operating seasons by ensuring consistent engine performance. It also reduces the likelihood of an AOG event and can lower the cost at a scheduled maintenance interval. 

Performing scheduled routine maintenance is a critical factor in keeping your engine healthy and minimizing maintenance costs – even with the reduced flying hours many operators are experiencing during the pandemic. 

Authorized by numerous OEMs including Honeywell, Woodward and GE, TAE Aerospace not only offers its full engine MRO capability but also a wide range of aircraft parts and engine components, from new to overhauled or exchange. 

Fast Access to Parts, Support 

With one of the industry’s largest inventories of engine parts and accessories, TAE will either have a required part in stock, or be able to access it via its global supply network. 

The company also offers one of the largest field service networks in the industry and can dispatch technicians to service your aircraft in any location - 24/7. 

According to CEO Andrew Sanderson, TAE Aerospace has been trusted by aircraft operators in both the commercial and defence sectors across the world for more than three decades. 

“We have a very successful model which offers a combination of OEM authorizations, parts supply, engine rentals, on-the-ground technical support, unique repair capabilities and other innovations that have seen us grow rapidly across the United States and in the Asia-Pacific,” Mr. Sanderson said. 

“It means we deliver faster and more cost-effective turnarounds, reduced downtime, and over-the-phone service that combine to deliver an excellent customer experience. 

“We also pride ourselves on understanding the industries in which our customers operate, whether its agriculture, tourism, skydiving, firefighting, or transport. It means we can often anticipate customer needs as they arise.” 

Introducing Tomas Benes

To support its European operations TAE Aerospace has appointed experienced aviation professional Tomas Benes as its European representative. 

Tomas spent the last 10 years managing MRO services for the GE H80 engine, growing the service network to include more than 45 countries across six continents. 

He has also worked across a diverse customer base with aircraft used for many types of operations, giving him a deep understanding of the needs of different customer segments. 

Now, with TAE Aerospace, Tomas will focus on delivering rapid response and turn times, superior engine life-cycle costs, and an outstanding overall customer experience for new customers in Europe. 

Tomas is keenly aware of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the airline industry and is proud to represent a company that is not only surviving during such a difficult time, but actually growing into new markets while other MRO providers falter. 

“I would also like to wish everyone a happy festive season after what has been a challenging year for everyone involved within the aviation industry,”  said Tomas.

More information from www.taeaerospace.com

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