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Aero-Dienst clocks up 300 PRIs for P&W
Three hundred P&W engine post-rental inspections demonstrate Aero-Dienst engine shop's high level of expertise.
Aero-Dienst has performed a milestone 300 post-rental inspections on PW300 series engines.
Read this story in our December 2019 printed issue.

Aircraft maintenance, operations, sales and management company Aero-Dienst has been performing post-rental inspections (PRI) on Pratt & Whitney Canada PW300 rental engines for the past 12 years. During that time, the company has conducted over 300 PRIs, typically after each rental usage.

For more than 50 years, engine maintenance has been one of the core competencies of the Nuremberg-based full service provider, and the business ties between Aero-Dienst and Pratt & Whitney have existed for just as long. Today, the company boasts an experienced and constantly evolving engine team that specialises in P&WC's PW300 series and provides AOG and MRT support with strong commitment.

“In the decades of trustful and collaborative cooperation with P&WC CSC Europe, many successes have been achieved by both teams,” says manager of the engine maintenance shop Andrea Weyrich. “Three hundred PRIs are a conspicuous indicator of this. Our goal remains not only to maintain this excellent cooperation in the interests of aircraft operators, but also to further intensify it.”

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