DECEMBER 20, 2019
IAG Engine Center Field Services, LLC (“IAGEFS”) has been certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) as an FAA Part 145 Repair Station (Air Agency Certificate No. 2IGR621D).
The limited airframe and powerplant ratings, received December 6th, means IAGEFS has been authorized by the FAA to perform maintenance, inspection and repair on CFM56 series, CF6 series, CF34 series, and GE90 engines. It also includes engine on wing maintenance on Boeing 737-series, 747-series, 757-series, 767-series, 777-series; Airbus 300/310 and 318/319/320/321; McDonnell Douglas DC10/MD10/MD11; Canadair Regional Jet 100/200/700/900 and CL-601/604; and Embraer 170/175 series and 190 series airframes.
“Our advanced engine field services, combined with the FAA Part 145 Repair Station certification, provides the reliability and accessibility our worldwide customers need. We are excited to support their hospital visits in Dallas, Texas,” said Skip Aldriedge, Vice President of IAG Engine Center Field Services. Aldriedge also added that the company expects to receive repair capability permission by the FAA on Pratt and Whitney 2000/4000 series, V2500 series, and LEAP engines. He further discussed obtaining a dual release certification by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) later this year.
Mauricio Luna, Chief Executive Officer of IAG Aero Group, added: “We are now able to offer a range of maintenance, inspection and repair services on a variety of engines. The IAG Engine Center Field Service facility in Dallas, Texas shop complements our engine overhaul shops in Miami, Florida and Rome, Italy.”
IAG Engine Center Field Services is an IAG Aero Group company focusing on engine field service, quick-turns, hospital visits, and targeted repairs. IAG Aero Group is composed of IAG Engine Center, LLC; IAG Engine Center Europe, S.r.L.; IAG Engine Center Field Services, LLC; IAG Materials, LLC; and IAG Trading, LLC. IAG Aero Group is a fast-growing company known for its parts supply, engine and aircraft trading, and MRO facilities which provide customized engine services for the commercial aerospace industry. Services are linked to providing customer value through improved levels of technology, quality, and responsiveness.
“With this approval, we are even more capable of providing our suite of services that match today’s engine market demands. This is a great success for IAG Aero Group,” said Larry Serlo, Chief Commercial Officer at IAG Aero Group.