MIAMI, FL (March 22nd, 2021) FEAM is proud to announce its latest facility launches at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS). As the e-commerce space continues to scale exponentially, FEAM’s agile approach has allowed them to quickly meet and exceed the demand of increased air cargo activity.
Their new outpost at LAX will provide line maintenance, On-Wing AOG support, structures, and avionics support, and engine stands conversion technical support.
The addition of FEAM’s Austin-Bergstrom presence marks their fourth line maintenance station in Texas. With this location serving as a regional hub for the e-commerce giant, Amazon, it was a strategic choice for increased line maintenance, structures, and avionics support.
Chief Operating Officer, Dan Allawat comments, “It is a tremendous testament to our team that we continue to pursue nationwide expansion without compromising our high standard of excellence in customer service. With an increase in tech companies relocating to Austin and the importance of Los Angeles as a gateway to so many international destinations, we feel that both locations are pivotal in FEAM’s continued growth initiatives and positioning of our best-in-class advanced aircraft repair capabilities.”
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FEAM is the largest leading provider of aircraft line maintenance services in the United States. FEAM has maintenance bases at 28 U.S. locations, including two hangar facilities, and employs a growing workforce of over 1,000 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.