GA Telesis MRO Services completes its first set of CFM LEAP engine nacelles

GA Telesis’ MRO Services Composite Group has completed development of its capabilities to support CFM LEAP engine nacelle components. In April, MRO Services carried out repairs and delivered its first two inlet cowls to a U.S.-based LEAP operator. This is a new milestone in GAT’s evolution to become a fully integrated business partner with its airline customers.

Nacelle repairs and overhauls are conducted at the Composite FAA/EASA/CAAC approved repair station near Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. GA Telesis MRO Services’ skilled team of technicians lead the industry with expertise on nacelles, radomes, and flight controls. The team worked for two years during the pandemic without disruption to keep its airline customers up and running.

The aerostructures operation specialises in overhauling and repairing composites and large metallic structures. This new capability enhances MRO Services’ capabilities, covering engine nacelles for LEAP engines in addition to its vast existing capabilities for other nacelles systems and flight control structures on most modern aircraft types. Additionally, the company has significant capabilities to repair and overhaul crew seats for a growing number of commercial aircraft platforms.

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