Aero Inspection achieves EASA & FAA Approval On PW1000 Series GTF Engine

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Aero Inspection is delighted to announce that it has achieved EASA and FAA approval for borescope inspections on the Pratt & Whitney PW1000G engines. These approvals come after an extensive OEM training programme conducted with Pratt & Whitney. The course was delivered through a mix of classroom & practical training and through the use of virtual reality headsets.

This allowed the engineers to virtually delve into the innerworkings of the engine which otherwise would be inaccessible.The PW1000G is currently selected as the exclusive engine for the Airbus A320neo, Airbus A220, Mitsubishi Regional Jet(MRJ), and Embraer’s second generation E-Jets, and as an option on the Irkut

Aero Inspection is a Shannon headquartered company, with bases in Dublin and Singapore. Founded in 2004 the company has gone from strength to strength and supports the world’s leading aircraft leasing companies and airlines.

‘By adding the PW1000G to our approval list, we hold one of the largest ranges of engine approvals in the industry and it puts us in a strong position to support lessors and airlines who have this engine type in their fleet’said Firdaus Adris, Operations Manager APEC for Aero Inspection. ‘

The Geared Turbo Fan (GTF) is state of the art technology in engine design. We are delighted to now have the training, tooling and approval to carry out borescope inspections on this engine’ he added.

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