StandardAero inducts 1,000th HTF7000 series engine

The Cessna Citation Longitude is powered by HTF7000 engines ©Textron Aviation

StandardAero’s Business Aviation team has inducted its 1,000th Honeywell HTF7000-series engine into its Augusta, GA facility, the first to achieve this significant milestone in support of the engine series.  StandardAero is the industry’s first OEM-authorised independent, heavy MRO provider for this engine model.

Over the past three years, the company has continued to invest in efforts to grow HTF7000 services, expanding its test cell capability and tooling as well as improving turn-around-times for customers. HTF7000 series engines are designed for on-condition maintenance which can help operators minimize risk and disruption to flight schedules due to unexpected engine repairs by conducting regularly scheduled borescope inspections. StandardAero also owns the industry’s largest HTF7000-series engine rental bank where engine removal and replacement can be performed by StandardAero’s geographically dispersed Mobile Services Teams on-site for customers or at the company’s Augusta facility, where HTF7000-series engines are routinely serviced. 

The HTF7000 is the engine of choice for a wide variety of business aviation aircraft in the mid-size and super-mid-size categories such as the Bombardier Challenger 300 and 350, the Embraer Legacy 450 and 500, and Praetor 500 and 600, the Gulfstream G280 and the Cessna Citation Longitude.

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