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Aero-Dienst Extends CF34 Engine Support Agreement

 - May 23, 2022, 9:10 AM
Aero-Dienst’s maintenance facility.

GE Aviation (Booth S93) has extended its agreement with MRO and service provider Aero-Dienst (Booth U93) to support the CF34 turbofan engine that powers the Bombardier Challenger 600 series as part of the OEM's authorized service center network. The German company became one of the first authorized service providers in GE’s European business/general aviation network in 2011.

Aero-Dienst performs maintenance on around 600 Challenger 600s every year and offers AOG and mobile repair team services. It also performs engine work, including removal and reinstallation of components as part of the GE OnPoint program. The company maintains a stock of original GE spare parts at its main base at Nuremberg, Germany, to ensure rapid assistance for European Challenger operators.

Along with the Nuremberg base, Aero-Dienst operates a component shop in Landsberg and has recently opened a new maintenance facility at Oberpfaffenhofen. In Austria, the company has line stations in Vienna and Klagenfurt. Other aircraft types supported include the Global, Falcon, Hawker, and Learjet. Engine expertise includes the Pratt & Whitney PW300 family, Rolls-Royce BR710, and Honeywell TFE731 and HTF7000, while line maintenance for Honeywell and Sundstrand APUs is part of the portfolio.