Aeromecanic Named Authorized Service Center for GE's M601 and H80 Engines
GE Aviation and Aeromecanic have signed an agreement for Aeromecanic to become an Authorized Service Center for the M601 and H80 turboprop engines. As an Authorized Service Center, Aeromecanic will offer comprehensive line maintenance, removals and re-installations of engines and LRU, on-wing heavy repairs and manage a pool of spare/rental engines for the Western Europe and North Africa region. GE Aviation will provide Aeromecanic with comprehensive material support and training.
"Aeromecanic is one of the largest Cessna dealers outside the U.S. and has extensive experience with Cessna aircrafts, as well as Beechcraft and Fairchild turboprops," said Paul Theofan, president and managing executive of GE Aviation's Business and General Aviation Turboprops. "Aeromecanic's location and strong reputation in Western Europe and North Africa will help us meet the needs of our growing customer base around the world."
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Source : GE Aviation
Feb 21 - 23, 2017 - London, United Kingdom