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07 Feb 2018

MIAMI, Florida (February 7, 2018) FEAM Maintenance / Engineering today announces that it has entered into a full technical handling agreement with WOW Air spanning five U.S. airport locations.  Under its EASA 145 approval, FEAM will provide technical support on WOW Air’s fleet of Airbus A320 CEO/NEO aircraft as well as Airbus A330 CEO and soon to enter service, A330 NEO aircraft. The agreement specifies line maintenance support services to include Transit Checks, A Checks, and AOG support beginning in April 2018. The locations called out in the agreement are Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

“Having a significant presence at the majority of these locations as well as proven scalability to maintain next-generation aircraft made FEAM the partner of choice for the required level of support,” said Scott Diaz, Director of Business Development – Americas. “FEAM’s strategic partnership with WOW air will also open the door to being one of the first MRO’s to support the A330 NEO in the U.S.”

All line maintenance technicians and engineers that will be supporting the agreement will be fully trained on both A320 and A330 fleet types at FEAM’s world-class “FEAM Academy” training center based in Miami, Florida.

More about FEAM:

FEAM Maintenance / Engineering founded in 1992 is an MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) company providing aircraft line maintenance services to domestic and international air carriers flying transport category aircraft. FEAM employs over 850 professional aviation personnel consisting of Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, Line Maintenance Engineers and Aviation Technical Consultants located throughout the company’s wide network of 28 domestic line stations and base maintenance facility. FEAM holds numerous approvals from global civil aviation regulatory authorities including being the 1st U.S based MRO to receive Japanese Civil Aeronautics Board (JCAB) line maintenance approval. Learn more at


Scott Diaz

Director of Business Development- Americas


About WOW air


WOW air offers the lowest fares, a modern fleet with the lowest emissions and the biggest smile. As of spring 2018, the airline services 39 destinations across Europe, North America and Asia, including Dublin, London, Paris, Berlin, and Tel Aviv.


Established in November 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen, the purple airline flies with Airbus A320, Airbus A321 and Airbus A330 models. WOW air boasts one of the world’s youngest fleet, with an average aircraft age of just 2 years.


WOW air was ranked as the 7th best low-cost airline in Europe at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards and was the youngest airline in the top ten.


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20 Jan 2018

MIAMI, Jan. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — FEAM Maintenance / Engineering today announces it will begin offering aviation technical consulting services under the brand name Technical Services. Technical Services, the newest addition to FEAM’s portfolio of high-value aviation support solutions and services, will cover and support the entire lifecycle of aviation assets within the realms of aircraft and engine technical management.

“Technical Services will fully cater to airline operators, airframe, engine technical asset managers, and OEM’s,” said Dan Allawat, Chief Operating Officer. “FEAM’s team of Technical Service experts will focus on handling special technical operations projects to allow the asset manager or airline operator to focus on their core business.”

FEAM’s new Technical Services will include project maintenance event management, fleet management, liaison support for asset managers, end-of life asset advisory, maintenance bridging planning development and management, lease return representation, aircraft delivery and redeliveries, pre-purchase physical inspections, technical records auditing and management.

06 Jan 2018

MIAMI, Jan. 3, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — FEAM Maintenance/ Engineering proudly announces today that Wayne Sisson has been named Vice President of Technical Operations. Mr. Sisson will oversee all operational aspects of FEAM’s Technical Operations enterprise, inclusive of the 28 U.S. line Maintenance locations and 700 plus personnel that form the Maintenance, Training, and Quality departments.

Wayne Sisson (PRNewsfoto/FEAM)

Wayne Sisson (PRNewsfoto/FEAM)

“Wayne’s 30 plus years of proven technical expertise and industry knowledge will add significant value to all of FEAM’s domestic and international business partners,” said Dan Allawat, Chief Operating Officer. “Wayne’s talents as an engaging leader will be a perfect fit within our growing team of industry-leading aviation experts and professionals.”

Sisson’s extensive background includes technical, engineering, and leadership roles at Boeing, British Airways, and HAECO Americas. At British Airways, he held the position of General Manager of Worldwide Line Maintenance, overseeing 180 line maintenance locations.

06 Jan 2018

Job Fair CVG Jan 2018 (1)

  • JOB FAIR: seeking experienced Aircraft Avionic, A&P & Structures Technicians for line maintenance. All relevant experience will be considered.
  • Location: Cincinnati Airport Marriott, 2395 Progress Dr., Hebron, KY 41048
  • Date/Time : Tuesday, January 9th, 2018; 8:00AM – 12Noon and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Qualifications and Skills:
  • Valid FAA Airframe & Powerplant License. * Preferred Experience on B767-200/300, B747-400, B747-8 Aircraft Types.
  • Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
29 Aug 2017

FEAM To Provide Line Maintenance For Emirates in Chicago

F&E Aircraft Maintenance (FEAM) has entered into an agreement with Emirates to provide full handling line maintenance services at Chicago O’Hare International Airport.

The terms of the contract will see FEAM oversee full handling line maintenance support on all Emirates Boeing 777 passenger and freighter aircraft that transit at O’Hare.

Work will be carried out in accordance with Florida-headquartered FEAM’s United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority approval authorization.

“Emirates’ selection of FEAM at ORD provides us with a great opportunity to build on our existing relationship and continue to find ways to work together as partners here in the U.S.,” said Peter Kuan, director of business development-international at FEAM.


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05 Jun 2017
FEAM, a Boeing GoldCare MRO Aircraft Maintenance

FEAM, a Boeing GoldCare MRO Aircraft Maintenance

MIAMI, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — FEAM Maintenance / Engineering today announces that it will expand its GoldCare agreement with The Boeing Company to provide Full Handling Line Maintenance Support to GoldCare customers at Seattle International Airport and Denver International Airport. The GoldCare agreement will now call for FEAM’s support at a total of five line maintenance locations and adds the 787 Dreamliner along with the 737 MAX. FEAM Technicians recently concluded Boeing led 737 MAX systems training and is in the final stages of opening three new GoldCare line maintenance bases in the New England area.

FEAM currently has a substantial presence at both DEN and SEA providing comprehensive line maintenance services up to A- Check level support to over 10 International and Domestic Airline Operators. FEAM will provide its GoldCare MRO services at DEN and SEA under its EASA 145 rating approval.

“We are very fortunate to be able to continue to grow our relationship with Boeing through the GoldCare program,” said Dan Allawat, COO, FEAM Maintenance / Engineering. “To be a partner in Boeing’s growing aftermarket services sector positions FEAM to be at the forefront of the latest technologically advanced aircraft, systems, and business processes, thus further enhancing FEAM’s capabilities for existing and new customers.”

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01 Feb 2017

FEAM Named As First U.S. GoldCare Line Maintenance Provider

FEAM Maintenance and Engineering has been confirmed as the first U.S.-based line maintenance provider of Boeing’s GoldCare aftermarket services.

As part of a multi-year deal, the strategic partnership will see Miami-headquartered FEAM provide full line maintenance support on new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft under its EASA Part 145 authorization.

FEAM joins a number of global GoldCare specialists already providing the aftermarket support services, including U.K. providers Monarch Aircraft Engineering and British Airways Engineering and Singapore-based SIA Engineering Company.

Dan Allawat, COO at FEAM Maintenance and Engineering, said the firm is excited about joining the GoldCare program.

31 Jan 2017

MIAMI, Jan. 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — FEAM Maintenance / Engineering today announces that it has signed a multiyear agreement with The Boeing Company as the first US based MRO to provide GoldCare line maintenance services. The strategic partnership calls for FEAM to provide full handling line maintenance support on new B737 MAX aircraft under its EASA 145 authorization on behalf of Boeing’s GoldCare portfolio of global aftermarket support services.

“We are very excited to be selected as a Tier 1 supplier to the GoldCare program,” said Dan Allawat, COO, FEAM Maintenance / Engineering. “We are thankful to the GoldCare team at Boeing for entrusting FEAM in the handling of their customers’ new aircraft, and to our employees who helped make this possible with their phenomenal dedication to making our company an industry leader in aircraft line maintenance services.”

More about FEAM:

F&E Aircraft Maintenance (FEAM) founded in 1992, is an MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) company providing aircraft line maintenance services to major domestic and international air carriers flying transport category aircraft. FEAM employs over 600 Aircraft Maintenance Technicians /Line Maintenance Engineers (LME) throughout the company’s network of 23 domestic line stations. FEAM, a FAA 145 Repair Station, holds numerous certifications from global aviation regulatory authorities including being the 1st U.S. based MRO to receive Japanese Civil Aeronautics Board (JCAB) line maintenance approval. Learn more at

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03 Jan 2017

MIAMI, Jan. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — FEAM Maintenance / Engineering, today announces the launch of 8 fully operational new line maintenance stations in the U.S. The new locations will firmly expand its network into the Midwest and further into the West Coast to fully accommodate its growing customer base of major global airline operators.

FEAM’s adds the following line stations to its network: Paine Field (PAE), Seattle, WA (SEA); Phoenix, AZ (PHX); Denver, CO (DEN); Minneapolis, MN (MSP); Milwaukee, WI (MKE); Orlando, FL (MCO); Fort Lauderdale, FL (FLL).

FEAM has signed multiple line maintenance agreements with international and domestic airline operators to provide full handling airworthiness release support and up to A check level work at the new locations. Each new line maintenance station has selected the highest of skilled and fully trained Line Maintenance Engineers and Technicians to support each new customer. Select locations will also base EASA B1 Level Engineers to provide EASA and UAE GCAA full handling.

“FEAM’s continued investment in EASA standard training and global authority certifications has attracted a wide range of international and domestic airlines with stringent supplier standards.” said Scott Diaz, Director of Business Development of Americas. “FEAM’s strategic growth with world-class global aircraft operators has propelled its growth as a leading independent MRO of choice based in the U.S.”

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