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StandardAero implements PW100 capability in Winnipeg

Jan. 5, 2011, Tempe, Ariz. - StandardAero announced today that it has implemented full PW100 engine maintenance, repair, and overhaul capability in Winnipeg, Canada.  StandardAero’s Winnipeg facility has been fully approved by Pratt & Whitney Canada as a PW100 Designated Overhaul Facility (DOF).

January 5, 2011  By Carey Fredericks

“The implementation of the PW100 product line into our Winnipeg facility will provide us with the ability to move people and resources throughout our extensive Winnipeg site,” said Manny Atwal, vice president, Turboprop Programs, StandardAero. “The European Service Center (ESC) team in Tilburg, The Netherlands, continues to support our customers with PW100 and PT6A hot-section level work scopes, including full accessory capability, a comprehensive test cell, and substantial field service support.  From these locations, we can support all of our PW100 and PT6A customers anywhere in the world in a timely and effective manner.”
StandardAero aligns the needs and objectives of airline operators and MRO service providers to form a partnership that provides high quality products and services, manages maintenance costs and reserves, and provides risk/reward sharing options.
Over the last 15 years, StandardAero has processed over 3,000 PW100 engines at the Tilburg & Winnipeg facilities.


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