Magnetic MRO launched engine on-wing maintenance and LRU/QEC support services

Magnetic MRO today announced the launch of its engine on-wing maintenance unit as part of its strategy to offer total technical care MRO services.

Comprehensive engine on-wing services will cover a wide range of engine line maintenance, as well as extensive LRU/QEC component support programs. The services are aimed at supporting customers in reducing unplanned engine removals due to foreign object damage, bird strikes, or other unscheduled events, thus improving efficiency and predictability of engine operations.

“Magnetic MRO is pleased to add additional service capability and now offers the full scope of engine management solutions,” said Ramil Sharov, engine line maintenance manager. “Our engine on-wing maintenance solutions offer shorter turn-around time, minimized impact on aircraft operations and reduced expenses on engine shipping and lease.”

Magnetic MRO´s comprehensive LRU/QEC programs include to power-by-the-hour support for engine components, providing predictability and peace of mind to our customers on potential and future expenses, as well as reducing the risk of engine-related AOG situations.”

The engine line maintenance team is available to offer AOG rapid-response support at the customer’s on-site location, at Magnetic MRO hangars in Tallinn or by remote means, to reduce aircraft downtime and costs, while ensuring the maintenance actions taken are in compliance with national and international requirements.

AMM covered tasks are performed within the scope of the EASA Part 145 certificate, and capability includes all commonly used engine types such as CFM56-3, CFM56-5A, CFM56-5B, CFM56-7B and IAE V2500.

Detailed scope of on-wing services includes inspection and analysis of engine condition after FOD ingestion, bird strike, in-flight shutdown, over temperature or wind milling; work scoping of maintenance actions; on-site video borescope inspection and damage analysis; on-site engine replacement; on-wing engine preservation on the CFM56-3, CFM56-5A,-5B and CFM56-7B; QEC strip and buildup; engine LRU replacement; on-wing repairs such as fan blade replacement and fan frame abradable shroud local reconditioning on the CFM56-7 series; and engine inventory, etc.

With the launch of engine on-wing and LRU/QEC services, Magnetic MRO completed its strategic expansion of engine-related offerings, which also cover engine fleet management; engine overhauls; and engine trading, leasing, and consulting.