CASTLE DONINGTON, 08 DECEMBER 2020
BCT AND FAO Services ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
As 2020 comes to a close, FAO Services are hitting the ground running for 2021, by aligning themselves with the best, BCT Aviation Maintenance
Published Dec 8, 2020
FAO Services is very proud to announce that BCT Aviation Maintenance has nominated FAO Services Limited as its preferred provider of aircraft engine borescope and boroblend repair services.
FAO will support BCT Aviation Maintenance aircraft maintenance teams globally to ensure the timely dispatch of their customers’ aircraft when they have an inspection requirement be that base or line, scheduled or AOG situations.
With a comprehensive and closely matched range of aircraft engine types on their approval scopes, both companies will benefit greatly, by being able to offer their customers more efficient, specialist aircraft maintenance services.
Michael Pilbrow, Head of Powerplant at FAO Services [Argo MRT] said:
“FAO Services, provides specialist services, to a niche market. This offers flexibility to BCT Aviation Maintenance, given that they provide a broader range of aircraft maintenance capabilities, to a growing list of clients around the world. The aircraft maintenance industry has been one of the worst affected business sectors, in an extremely challenging year. However, the relationship we have with BCT Aviation Maintenance has been crucial to our successful business strategy despite these market conditions”.
About BCT Aviation Maintenance
BCT Aviation Maintenance has been established for over 20 years at its headquarters in East Midlands Airport (EMA) and is led today by the original founding member, Robert Brown.
Built on the cornerstones of safety & reliability, BCT Aviation Maintenance has grown to become a service provider for Airlines, Lessors and VVIP Operators on a global platform.
BCT Aviation Maintenance prides itself on the ability to exceed customer expectations on a regular basis. Dedicated to being cost efficient, flexible and responsive, BCT Aviation Maintenance prides itself on the ability to exceed customer expectations on a regular basis.
As an EASA Part 145 certified Line and Base Maintenance Approved organisation, the company can handle most aircraft from all the major manufacturers including Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, ATR, and Bombardier. Approved by over 12 Countries, BCT Aviation Maintenance is able to support your aircraft engineering requirements globally.
Vist www.bct.aero for further information.
Robert Brown CEO at BCT Aviation Maintenance also commented:
‘’Here at BCT Aviation Maintenance we strive to provide the best possible services for our customers and working with the excellent team at FAO Services assists us in doing this. With the challenges on the Aviation industry this year due to the worldwide pandemic it is important we all support each other and this is a great example of companies working together’’.
BCT Aviation Maintenance