Carrying passengers and freight daily from one continent to another, commercial airliners are the true workhorses of the sky so any delays due to maintenance activities can cause major disruption. ATL knows that having an aircraft out of service for planned maintenance is expensive and we know our customers are under pressure to hit their turnaround targets.
Our ability to meet critical engine build schedules and maintenance programs is partly due to being a true ‘one-stop-shop’ repair centre. All our processes reside within ATL control, with no subcontracting requirements. In this way we can be truly in control of our client delivery and we are proud of our market leading on time delivery performance and turnaround times.
Common engines that ATL works to repair include:
ATL Processes And Procedures
For this reason, ATL is recognised as an integral supply chain partner to leading UK and European turbine maintenance providers. We hold all the special processes, procedures and accreditations required for high quality civil aero component repair and are accredited to EASA Part 145 together with AS9110C and ISO9001:2015. ATL also holds NADCAP accreditation for our NDT processes and conform to SABRe 3 requirements.
Whether it be multiple or single repair requirements, extending the life of high-value engine components or supporting legacy and late life engine programs, ATL works with our clients to reduce operating costs and deliver economical repair solutions on time, every time.