FEAM, a aircraft line maintenance company headquartered in Miami announced the launch of 8 fully operational new line maintenance stations in the U.S. The new stations are launched for the purpose of expanding the presence of the company into the Midwest and West Coast so that it can fully accommodate its growing customer base of major global airline operators.
FEAM’s new line stations are situated at Paine Field, Everett, Washington; Seattle-Tacoma International Airport; Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport; Denver International Airport; Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport; General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Orlando International Airport; and Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport.
FEAM has signed line maintenance agreements with various international as well as domestic airlines to grant full handling airworthiness release support and up to A-check-level work at the eight new locations. Select locations also will have EASA B1-level FEAM experts or engineers to provide full handling of EASA and UAE GCAA requirements.
FEAM has achieved several certifications that include FAA-certificated FAR Part 145 repair station, South Korea MOLIT approved maintenance organization (AMO); a Bermuda DCA AMO; a Singapore CAAS 145 repair station; an EASA 145 repair station; and a Japanese Civil Aeronautics Board (JCAB) repair station. FEAM claims that it was the first US-based MRO to receive JCAB line maintenance approval. It has its presence on Wright-Patterson AFB near Dayton, Ohio and and Dover AFB near Dover, Delaware.