Engine Maintenance

  • The aircraft engine workshop provide maintenance and engineering services to engines, APUs, thrust reversers, auxiliary power generation systems, and a wide range of related accessories.
  • The 52,560 m2 workshop and testing bench with a capacity of 90,000 pounds of thrust are located in the Iberia Maintenance facilities at Madrid airport.
  • We have repaired CFM56 engines since 1992. Our experience and the technology we use guarantees the reliability of all processes.
  • Continuous improvement programmes help contain maintenance costs with improving engine performance, particularly that of the V2500.
  • We are the largest independent provided of repair services to the Rolls Royce RB211-535 engine.
  • Flexibility and personalised solutions ensure the greatest efficiency at the smallest possible cost.
  • A large investment in the most advanced technology enables us to perform most of our own repairs and to reduce TATs.
  • Able to perform more than 450,000 repairs of a variety of engines.
  • Our technicians and engineers are committed to keeping the engines in service and reducing unscheduled interventions.

Engines

  • V2500
  • CFM56-5A/-B
  • CFM56-5C
  • CFM56-7B
  • RB211-535 E4
  • RB211-535 C37
  • JT8D-200s
  • CF34-3A1/-3B1

APUs

  • GTCP85-98 DHF
  • GTCP36-300
  • 131-9A
  • Inspection/Overhaul including repair of parts
  • Access to engines for hire
  • LRU pool
  • 24/7 on wing support
  • Follow-up of engine interventions (Engine Trend Monitoring)
  • Preparation of work packets (Workscopes)
  • Wide range of engine services
  • Engine test bench with 90,000 pound thrust capacity, and APU benchs
  • Four plasma cabins (One HVOF)
  • Two CNC precision machining units
  • Vacuum ovens
  • EDM
  • Automatic cleaning routine and NDT
  • Turbine blade repair workshop
  • Electrochemical treatment facilities (cadmium, nickel, chrome, etc.)