FEAM Increases International Presence with 2 New Line Stations at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) and Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA)

On the heels of their international acquisition of BOSA, FEAM has added two additional line stations to their portfolio, increasing their international footprint from 4 to 6 locations.

The newest line stations at Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) and Doncaster/Sheffield Airport (DSA) will bolster FEAM’s existing presence at Manchester International Airport (MAN), East Midlands Airport (EMA), and Teesside International Airport (MME) in the UK, as well as, Leipzig-Halle Airport (LEJ) in Germany.

Operations at LPL and DSA will commence on January 12th, and FEAM will initially support the A320 family (CEO & NEO) under EASA 145 Approval with capabilities including Line Maintenance and On-Wing AOG Support. Doncaster Sheffield Airport specifically will also service B777, B747-8, and B747-400 aircraft to support the airports growing Cargo operations.

Recently appointed Chief Strategy Officer, Dan Allawat, adds, “FEAM is laser-focused on growing our international presence and continuing to provide best in class services to our global clientele. We have made a significant investment in new tooling and ground equipment to outfit these locations, and we look forward to bringing an exceptional caliber of service to our new line stations.”

FEAM is the largest leading provider of aircraft line maintenance services in the United States. FEAM has maintenance bases at 38 locations across the U.S. UK and Europe, including two hangar facilities, and employs a growing workforce of over 1,300 Aircraft Maintenance Technicians and Engineers.

Over the years, FEAM has diversified its MRO portfolio to include Line Maintenance, Technical Training, Global AOG Support, Technical Support Services, and Base Maintenance. Our full line of services ensures our customers meet their mission goals and mitigate AOG ground time. FEAM holds EASA/FAA Maintenance Organization Approvals and approvals from several other domestic and international aviation regulatory authorities. For more information, please visit www.feam.aero.


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