FEAM chosen by WOW Air for technical handling line maintenance support

FEAM Maintenance / Engineering has announced that it has entered into a full technical handling agreement with WOW Air spanning five US airport locations, the company said.

Under its EASA 145 approval, FEAM will provide technical support on WOW Air´s fleet of Airbus A320 CEO/NEO aircraft as well as Airbus A330 CEO and soon to enter service, A330 NEO aircraft. The agreement specifies line maintenance support services to include Transit Checks, A Checks, and AOG support beginning in April 2018. The locations called out in the agreement are Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport, and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

“Having a significant presence at the majority of these locations as well as proven scalability to maintain next-generation aircraft made FEAM the partner of choice for the required level of support,” said Scott Diaz, Director of Business Development — Americas. “FEAM´s strategic partnership with WOW air will also open the door to being one of the first MRO´s to support the A330 NEO in the US”

All line maintenance technicians and engineers that will be supporting the agreement will be fully trained on both A320 and A330 fleet types at FEAM´s world-class “FEAM Academy” training center based in Miami, Florida.

FEAM Maintenance / Engineering founded in 1992 is an MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) company providing aircraft line maintenance services to domestic and international air carriers flying transport category aircraft. FEAM employs over 850 professional aviation personnel consisting of Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, Line Maintenance Engineers and Aviation Technical Consultants located throughout the company´s wide network of 28 domestic line stations and base maintenance facility. FEAM holds numerous approvals from global civil aviation regulatory authorities including being the 1st U.S based MRO to receive Japanese Civil Aeronautics Board (JCAB) line maintenance approval. Learn more at www.feamaero.com