Complete Aircraft Group has launched its new commercial powerplant and APU support business, Complete Engine Services (CES), following certifications from the CAA, EASA and FAA. Initially, CES will provide support for CFM56-3/5/78, V2500, LEAP 1A/B, PW1100G and APU’s GTCP131-9A/B, GTCP36-Series and APS3200 engines.

The new business will focus on aircraft borescope inspections and boreblend repairs on a raft of commercial engines, both on- and off-wing, having deployed significant investment in 3D videoscope and boreblend technology.

“Having held positive and productive talks with airline MROs and aircraft lessors, CES enters the market with a firm ‘consistent approach’ to borescope inspections, utilising the very latest digital 3D tip measurement technology,” said Jason Davies, Aviation MRO professional, CES, who will offer a range of in-field service solutions supporting end-of-lease, condition evaluation and AOG BSI activity.

“The launch of Complete Engine Services Ltd is a significant enhancement to the Complete Group,” said Alan Barnes, Head of Operations, CAG. “The application of in-house digital technology and the highest levels of empowered staff will enable this sector’s demands to be better served – and on a consistent reporting basis.

“Our reputation in delivering strong customer interfaces, care and swift responses, underpinned by our state-of-the-art front and electric technology, equips us well to deliver a consistent and high quality of service to our customers. In researching our move into the powerplant support, this tops our operators’ wish list,” added Barnes.

Image: Complete Engine Services boreblend repairs