HAECO Global Engine Support has added a new 8-bay gantry system at its Dallas facility to improve CFM Leap capabilities.
Addition of new LEAP-1A/1B tooling to support experienced technicians
HAECO Global Engine Support, a business unit of the HAECO Group, and a leading engine services provider, has added a new 8-bay gantry system at its Dallas facility. This new development also coincides with the addition of new LEAP-1A/1B tooling to support experienced technicians to perform hospital maintenance level work. By mid-March 2023, HAECO Global Engine Support Dallas will perform quick-turn maintenance tasks ranging from top and bottom case repairs to replacements of the radial drive shaft for both LEAP models.
12-plus hospital maintenance bays for both LEAP and CFM 56 engines
In conjunction with this investment, HAECO’s installation of a new 8-bay gantry system will now provide 12-plus hospital maintenance bays for both LEAP and CFM 56 engines, along with Pratt & Whitney and Rolls Royce engines. “The HAECO investment in Dallas is paramount to assisting our customers to keep their engines turning. We are committed to providing solutions to our wide variety of consumers,” said Jim Clarke, Executive Vice President and General Manager of HAECO Global Engine Support Dallas.
EASA and FAA approved hospital engine shops in Hong Kong, Amsterdam, London and Dallas
As a leader in engine services, HAECO Global Engine Support invests in state-of-the-art tooling, training and capabilities to support its customers worldwide. With a strong global network of EASA and FAA approved hospital engine shops in Hong Kong, Amsterdam, London and Dallas, HAECO Global Engine Support is ready to serve its customers for all major engine types. In support of the Boeing B737 and Airbus A320 series aircraft, HAECO GES Dallas has strategic alliances with OEMs, engine leasing companies, and key operators. HAECO will leverage its strong domestic airframe repair business with other HAECO Americas facilities in Greensboro, North Carolina and Lake City, Florida.