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About Aviacare

Headquartered in Breda, the Netherlands, Aviacare runs a team of highly qualified and motivated aircraft engineers operating in several line-stations throughout Western Europe and West Africa.

We can start up new line-stations that are EASA Part-145 approved or a FAA repair station as required by our customers.


Currently we operate the following line maintenance stations:

The Netherlands:
Amsterdam (AMS)

Ireland
Dublin (DUB)

France
Paris Charles de gulle (CDG)
Marseille (MRS)
Lyon (LYS)
Nice (NCE)
Toulouse (TLS)
Nantes (NTE)
Bordeaux (BOD)
Brest (BES)
Ajaccio (AJA)
Lille (LIL)

Nigeria
- Abuja (ABV)
 

The Aviacare flight path

We first planted our roots back in 1998 when we established a small maintenance company. But is didn’t take us long to stretch our wings. Just two years later we were beginning to expand. In 2009 we underwent a thorough re-structuring to create the current large company with strong ambitions and strong revenue.

 

Here are the milestones on our journey to become an important player in the market:

 
  • 1998

    Start up as “Flight Line Maintenance”
  • 2000

    Expansion in Benelux and IFE concession with Panasonic
  • 2009

    Birth of “Aviacare’: New shareholders and a new name
  • 2010

    Further expansion of the scope and opening of four new stations
  • 2011

    Steep growth and integration into the African continent
  • 2012

    Consolidation and development of future strategy
  • 2014

    Adding 8 stations in France
    Adding 1 station in dublin
  • 2015

    Expansion of the scope
 

Our Future

Aviacare intends to focus operations on the home market: the EU. We aim to become known as the “EU Turnaround Experts”, capable of providing aircraft services to all EU and inbound carriers, wether from the US, Middle East, Apac or Africa.

We will continue to build on our three pillars:
Becoming a ‘specialized’ company, excellent in our core areas
Focussing on ‘Turnarounds/Daily/Weekly’ plus night-stop checks
Providing ad hoc, small, project-based ‘A’ checks

in 2016 we will focus on training our own staff to further increase their skill levels, and will expand our basic, recurrent and on-the-job training as needed.

In parallel we intend to move into other areas such as dismantling and/or warehousing.