StandardAero to Provide PW300 Service
Oct. 19, 2010, Atlanta, Ga. – StandardAero has announced it will add service and support for Pratt & Whitney CanadaPW300-series engines in early 2011.
October 19, 2010 By Wings Magazine
Oct. 19, 2010, Atlanta, Ga. – StandardAero has announced it will add service and support for Pratt & Whitney CanadaPW300-series engines in early 2011. The company will support PW305, 307 and 308 engines at its four service centers as well as its broad Mobile Service Team network. These new engine service capabilities are being added to better serve customers with one-stop OEM authorized airframe and engine services.
“If an operator of a Falcon 2000EX, Falcon 7X or Learjet 60 requires either a scheduled maintenance check or has trouble with his engine, we will assist on the phone, dispatch a team or schedule him into our facilities,” said Scott Taylor, senior vice president, Business Aviation, StandardAero. “Operators can also get the benefit of combining an engine maintenance event with an airframe check or another of the myriad services we offer. Adding the PW300 series to our capabilities helps our customers and moves us closer to our goal to offer broad, comprehensive services for some of the most prestigious business jets in operation today.”
Additionally, StandardAero has entered into an agreement with Pratt & Whitney Engine Services, formerly Altair, for installing engine trend data transmission equipment. Coupled with PW300 engines, the equipment reduces inspection intervals and puts the engine on a virtual on-condition maintenance plan, removing the requirement for a fixed-time hot section inspection.