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LorEau Aviation Group flies in to ratify business partnership with ELMS Aviation, Complete Aircraft Group

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Netherlands Aircraft: Airplanes

ELMS Aviation and sister company Complete Aircraft Group announced the signing of a wide-ranging MoU with newly established MRO consultancy LorEau Aviation Group, based out of Dubai World Central Airport, UAE, on the opening day of MRO Europe in Amsterdam.   ELMS Aviation, the leading aviation personnel cloud-based compliance and competence management solution, was selected as a key contributor to LorEau Aviation Group’s future MRO capabilities, which are currently focusing on Non-Destructive Testing work; wheels, brakes, batteries and line station support.  

Complete Aircraft Group, ELMS’ sister company based in Exeter, South West UK, will support the expanding group as its Part 145 in UK and Europe.  Both businesses have committed to support each other in growing the capability and geographical reach with LorEau Aviation Group also taking on a business development role for ELMS, serving as a new conduit in the Middle East. 

LorEau Aviation Group, established six months ago by three aviation professionals – Ronnie McCrae; Chris Taylor and Duncan Bureau, each with decades of experience in commercial and business aviation in Europe, Middle East, Asia and North America, are focused on forging strategic partnerships ahead of its formal launch at the Dubai Air Show next month.  Since March of this year the business has expanded considerably, with further appointments to be announced shortly.

“The partnering with ELMS and Complete Aircraft Group is significant for us as we start building the foundations for growth,” said LorEau Aviation Group President Ronnie McCrae.  “ELMS software is an exceptional tool for now and in the future in an industry where safety and compliance is paramount. ELMS further underlines the value we place on our engineers and technicians who will each benefit from the ease of the system’s ability to work efficiently with ‘live’ safety reporting in future contracts within the GCC, Africa and Asia.  “I have worked with ELMS in previous MRO companies and wanted to make this investment from the outset.   It’s great to be at an industry event again and be able to sign this contract in person.”

“This newly signed contract with LorEau Aviation Group is very much in line with our Group’s stated ambition to expand activity into the Middle East and we are delighted to be the first external partner to be aligned with LorEau Aviation Group.   We look forward to working closely with LorEau Aviation Group, a welcome new partner for Complete Aircraft Group and ELMS,” added Alan Barnes, Head of Operations, Complete Aircraft Group.

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