MRO Experience

IAG and it’s team have a wealth of EASA and FAA MRO experience which includes the following:

  • Currently the Continuing Airworthiness Manager for London’s Air Ambulance
  • Project Manager – aircraft transactions, Easyjet Airline PLC
  • Interim Technical Director – Balkan Flag Carrier
  • Responsible for the introduction of EASA Part M and Part 145
  • Certificate of Airworthiness Signatory – Major Middle East Based Airline
  • Certificate of Airworthiness Signatory – Major European Helicopter Manufacturer
  • Full MRO planning and study for a new MRO at Skopje Airport, Macedonia – start late 2016

Recent MRO Case Studies

Government of Macedonia – 2014
IAG were invited to Skopje to meet with the Vice Prime Minister, “Invest Macedonia” and TAV the airport operator to discuss the feasibility of a new EASA 145 MRO. Stuart Harrison the Chairman flew a team over to Skopje several times for research and review.
IAG subsequently created a full MRO feasibility study to International standards and full financial bank ready projections for the Government. These plans were accepted and approved pending a start in 2016. After recent elections, the new government has started reviewing this project again.

Government of Tanzania – 2015
Stuart Harrison(Chairman) was a guest of the now Prime Minister of Zanzibar (then the Minister of State) to discuss a new MRO(EASA 145) and Engineers Academy (EASA 147) on Zanzibar.
It was decided that Dar Es Salaam International Airport was the preferred location for an MRO and Academy so IAG subsequently created a full MRO/Academy feasibility study to International standards and full financial bank ready projections for the Government. These plans were accepted and approved but awaiting funding approval.

Government of Nigeria – Akwa Ibom – 2016
Stuart Harrison and Malcolm Cox of IAG were invited to Abuja to meet with the Minister of Aviation and after a succesful meeting which was televised, they then visited the State of Akwa Ibom to review a half finished hangar and to discuss the feasibility of a new EASA 145 MRO. .
IAG subsequently created a full MRO feasibility study and business plan to International standards and full financial bank ready projections for the States approval. An exclusive LOI was entered into between the State and IAG after these plans were accepted and approved pending funding and a start in 2017.