Two more maintenance locations opened by TIMCO


TIMCO Aviation Services has launched new line maintenance and cabin services operations at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport, and at San Francisco International Airport.

The new locations – which add to TIMCO’s existing network of 18 airports – offer a range of services including line maintenance transit checks, overnight scheduled cabin maintenance and aircraft- on-the-ground recovery support. Each location is also fully supported by TIMCO’s airframe operations to provide special MRO capabilities as needed.

Chris Stephens, general manager of line services at TIMCO, said, “It’s always exciting to open locations for delivering line maintenance, especially when doing so provides additional benefits to some of our long-time customers on the line, or served by other parts of TIMCO. We have already organised a core group of experienced and talented technicians at each location, and look forward to the prospect of expanding each team as we grow.”

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