AeroTurbine Expands Aircraft MRO Facility In Goodyear, Arizona
The company plans to provide maintenance services for narrow body aircraft and 757 P2F conversions. “The addition of this new space provides a significant increase to our MRO operations in Goodyear and will allow us to meet our current and future growth requirements,” said AeroTurbine President/CEO, Michael King. “The expanded facility is ideally suited to leverage our wide range of engine and airframe products and services as well as our maintenance services to support our customers’ narrowbody aircraft.”
Operating at Goodyear Airport, AeroTurbine's MRO facility now incorporates 352,000 square feet of hangar space and shops that support maintenance, modifications, avionics installs, painting, storage and logistics as well as disassembly for both widebody and narrowbody aircraft, and provides more than 34 acres of available aircraft storage.
In October 2013, AeroTurbine opened its state-of-the-art 264,000 square foot facility in Miramar, Florida, which currently serves as the company’s new headquarters and provides support for its core business lines, including engine material, airframe material, asset leasing, and asset trading.
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