Published Caerdav on June 23, 2020

The aviation industry is still very much in a state of flux as it emerges from the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Happily, chocks are slowly being removed, engines are once again beginning to fire up and passengers around Europe are now able to travel to an increasing number of holiday destinations.

With more aircraft taking to the skies and airports seeing increased movements, the immediate knock-on effect is a decrease in available stand space, meaning those airlines and lessors that previously had aircraft parked there will now need a new temporary home.

Of course, even aircraft that haven’t been in the air much this year still require scheduled winter maintenance, on either a time or operational basis – this is where Caerdav can offer a total solution. We have space to park aircraft that aren’t yet back in service and have also opened up extra winter maintenance slots to accommodate those requirements too.

For any aircraft taking extended downtime, our modern EASA, FAA and TCCA Part-145 MRO facility at St. Athan is geared up for scheduled C-Checks or any required modifications, including landing gear replacement, APU/engine changes, avionics work, cabin reconfigurations, as well as any structural modifications or repairs.

Utilising LEAN practices, our highly skilled engineering team specialises in Airbus A318, A319, A320 & A321 & Boeing 737, 757 and 767, with space in our temperature-controlled, well equipped hangar for four narrowbody aircraft.

Having a plan in place with an MRO you can trust, and who believe in building long term partnerships moving forward, is critical in the current climate. Talk to us today about your RFQ requirements and let us help you get back in the skies.