Latest Aviation News MRO & Support STANDARDAERO INVESTS IN FRANCE FOR TURBOPROP ENGINES

StandardAero invests in France for turboprop engines

Léo Barnier
23/05/2019 | 660 words
StandardAero invests in France for turboprop engines
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The uncertainties created by changes of ownership and names of the last few years doesn't seem to be affecting the current dynamic at the Gonesse MRO centre, which is now owned by StandardAero. A year and a half after it was bought over, the Paris-area site has just completed a very busy years in operational and financial terms and should see its activities continue to develop. On 7th May, its American owner announced the reinforcement of its on-site and mobile capabilities, the renewal of its licences with Pratt & Whitney (...)
 
 
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