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Magnetic MRO extends its engine repair capability

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Estonia Aircraft: Airplanes

Magnetic MRO has further extended its engine repair capability by adding Top Case Repair and Bushing Replacement to its current service offering. As of October 20th, 2017, the company has extended its capability across the CFM56 range of engines including CFM56-3, CFM56-5 and CFM56-7, with EASA and FAA approvals provided.

Through this new capability, Magnetic MRO Engines Department will be able to shorten its customer’s downtime by providing a more efficient and in-house repair service supported by a global team of specialists. In essence, Magnetic MRO’s expert and competent engineers will be on standby and ready wherever the customer’s engine is located, which is something that most maintenance organisations cannot provide.

“This new addition of engine capability complements our current offering of engine change, BSI, components/accessories swap as well as boro-blending” says Filip Stanisic, Head of Magnetic MRO Engine Management Department. “It enables us to extend our on-wing and off-wing support to our global customer base either in our base maintenance facility in Tallinn or at a remote location where our customer’s engine is located. In addition to engine trade and management, and in the light of expanding current capabilities Magnetic MRO has successfully become a fully operational Engine Line Maintenance Centre.”

It is the future intention of the Magnetic MRO Engine Department team to extend the capability even further to support LPT Major Module removal, LPT Stage 1 Blades replacement, LPT Stage 1 NGV replacement and HPT Blade replacement.

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