MIAMI, FL (February 9, 2021) – FEAM is excited to announce that their new aircraft hangar facility at Miami International Airport build-out and upgrade project is near completion. The Miami-based company provides maintenance and engineering services to a variety of domestic and international air carriers flying transport planes throughout the country. The two-million-dollar project is an expansion of the Miami hangar that will provide FEAM with the opportunity to serve the growing demand of freighter business and also increase the capacity of existing services. The Hangar at Miami International Airport will be FEAM’s second aircraft hangar in the United States.
“As Air Cargo, Ultra Low-Cost Carriers, and Regional Airline line maintenance services continue to be in high demand, we are grateful to the Miami International Airport for understanding the need for our services,” said Cam Murphy, FEAM Managing Director. “We pride ourselves on our commitment to create more jobs and build opportunities within our industry, especially in our home base of Miami.”
The latest Miami International Airport project also includes the signing of 40-year recertification for the Hangar, which is a representation of the company’s commitment to serving the Miami aviation community. As one of the busiest cargo airports in the country, Miami has increased cargo-only flights by more than 14 percent. FEAM has created over 100 airframe and powerplant technician jobs this year alone and intends to surpass this number given the eCommerce industry fueling the need for additional cargo aircraft operations. The company has been growing at a rapid pace with recent expansions in the MIA and CVG airports and has also been actively hiring during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Located directly across from FEAM’s headquarters on 36th street, the hangar complex includes a 37,000-square-foot maintenance hangar and two-story office building with 20 corporate offices, a break room, a 12-seat conference space, a parts department, a 1,000-square-foot full-service sheet metal shop, a production hub, and a customer lounge area with views overlooking the airport.
The hangar accommodates all narrow-body aircraft, as well as the Boeing B767 aircraft. Technical services performed by FEAM technicians will include; letter checks, interior upgrades, structural, and avionics modifications.
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More about FEAM:
FEAM founded in 1992, is an MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) company providing comprehensive aircraft maintenance services to domestic and international air carriers flying transport passenger and cargo category aircraft. FEAM employs over 900 Aircraft Maintenance Technicians /Line Maintenance Aircraft Engineers throughout the company’s growing network of domestic line stations in the United States. FEAM, an FAA 145 Repair Station, holds numerous certifications from global aviation regulatory authorities.
Learn more at www.feam.aero