StandardAero Components Receives New Certs – Expands Capabilities

StandardAero Components has expanded its global service capabilities with the recent certification and approval for engine component repair and overhaul, from two international civil aviation authorities.

StandardAero Components successfully renewed its Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) certification and obtained a new authorization from Indonesia’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation. StandardAero Components currently holds FAA, EASA, and CAAC 145 certification across a broad range of platforms, including GE, CFMI, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls Royce, and Honeywell product lines.

The recertification by CAAC expands StandardAero’s support capabilities with an additional 1,000 new part numbers beyond the 2,000 parts previously certified. StandardAero says the recent certifications extend the company’s ability to support repair capabilities across Asia, one of the fastest- growing aviation regions in the world.

“These certifications open us up to tremendous business opportunities in emerging markets with significant growth potential – both for commercial and military applications,” says Rick Stine, senior vice president of StandardAero Components.