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    Magnetic MRO is your partner for Total Technical Care aviation solutions.

    Company was born with a mission to reinvent existing business models and deliver superior customer experience to the global MRO industry.



    Magnetic MRO appoints Risto Mäeots as the new Chief Executive Officer

    Magnetic MRO announced today of the upcoming changes in its leadership team. From December 1st, 2016 Risto Mäeots will be promoted from his current COO position to the CEO position and will resume responsibility for overall company direction.

    2016.11.21
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    Chief Operative Officer (COO)

    The COO is a key member of the senior management team, reporting only to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). You’ll have to maintain control of diverse business operations, so we expect you to be an experienced and efficient leader. If you also have excellent people skills, business acumen and exemplary work ethics, we’d like to meet you.

    Your goal will be to secure the functionality of business to drive extensive and sustainable growth.

    Scope of Responsibilities

    • Design and implement business strategies, plans and procedures
    • Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth
    • Establish policies that promote company culture and vision
    • Oversee daily operations of the company and the work of executives (IT, Marketing, Sales, Finance etc.)
    • Lead employees to encourage maximum performance and dedication
    • Evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics
    • Write and submit reports to the CEO in all matters of importance
    • Assist CEO in fundraising ventures
    • Participate in expansion activities (investments, acquisitions, corporate alliances etc.)
    • Manage relationships with partners/vendors

    Requirements

    • Proven experience as COO or relevant role
    • Understanding of business functions such as HR, Finance, Marketing etc.
    • Demonstrable competency in strategic planning and business development
    • Working knowledge of data analysis and performance/operation metrics
    • Working knowledge of IT/Business infrastructure and MS Office
    • Outstanding organizational and leadership abilities
    • Excellent interpersonal and public speaking skills
    • Aptitude in decision-making and problem-solving
    • BSc/BA in Business Administration or relevant field; MSc/MBA is a plus

     

    You will have a chance to work in one of the fastest growing global industry and if you are interested in this job opportunity, please send your Resume /CV in English with salary expectation via CV-system or to cv@magneticmro.com

     


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    Magnetic MRO is your partner for Total Technical Care Aviation Solutions

    Company was born with a mission to reinvent existing business models and deliver superior customer experience to the global MRO industry.


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    Magnetic MRO is a full service MRO company

    We act as a Total Technical Support partner to any aviation organization.

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    Who We Are

    Magnetic MRO is an EASA and FAA certified integrated MRO services provider, headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, with multiple locations across Europe.

    Our business DNA:

    • We believe that global MRO market has been shaped by incumbent MRO companies, some of whom long time ago forgot the true meaning of real customer service
    • We see major inefficiencies in aviation assets, labor, and technology, and believe we can unlock additional value to our customers and partners.

    Because of the above we could not stand aside. Magnetic MRO was born with a mission to reinvent existing business models and deliver superior customer experience to the global MRO industry.


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    Media Center

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    Vision, Mission

    Magnetic MRO Vision

    Integrated MRO organization, customers’ preferred choice for improved operational efficiency.

    Magnetic MRO Mission

    Reinvent incumbent business models and industry standards to create premium value to customers, partners, employees, and shareholders.


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    Technical Training Courses

    Boeing 737CL

    Magnetic MRO’s core business has been heavy maintenance for almost two decades. Our aircraft maintenance training courses are highly comprehensive and widely-demanded by aeronautical engineering apprenticeships, aircraft mechanic school students and beginner level aircraft technicians.

    Boeing 737NG

    Magnetic MRO’s core business has been heavy maintenance for almost two decades. Our aircraft maintenance training courses are highly comprehensive and widely-demanded by aeronautical engineering apprenticeships, aircraft mechanic school students and beginner level aircraft technicians.

    Airbus A320 family

    Magnetic MRO’s core business has been heavy maintenance for almost two decades. Our aircraft maintenance training courses are highly comprehensive and widely-demanded by aeronautical engineering apprenticeships, aircraft mechanic school students and beginner level aircraft technicians.

    Fuel tank safety training

    Fuel Tank Safety online training course takes only 1 day and offers a cost effective preparation and qualification to all technical personnel involved in aircraft maintenance or engineering. It is designed for self-paced learning at any location just by using a computer or any other internet connected device.

    Maintenance Human Factors training

    Maintenance Human Factors online training course takes only 1 day and offers a cost effective preparation and qualification to all technical personnel involved in aircraft maintenance or engineering. It is designed for self-paced learning at any location just by using a computer or any other internet connected device.

    Electrical Wiring Interconnection System online training

    Electrical Wiring Interconnection System online training takes only 1 day and offers a cost effective preparation and qualification to all technical personnel involved in aircraft maintenance or engineering. It is designed for self-paced learning at any location just by using a computer or any other internet connected device.

    Borescope training for CFM 56 and V2500 engines

    This training course takes up to 3 days with a possibility of online or classroom training. It offers a cost effective preparation and qualification to aircraft inspectors, certifying staff, engineering and overhaul staff as well as aircraft maintenance staff.
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    Customers & Partners

    We believe in long term partnerships as a base for sustainable business growth. By leveraging our portfolio and capabilities across all business lines we build suites of solutions used throughout our client’s organizations.

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    Whom We Seek

    We seek professionals from all geographies, nationalities, and cultural backgrounds to join Magnetic MRO team. It has naturally evolved that our typical team member is:

    • True Ambassador of Magnetic MRO Values
    • Professional in everything that he/she does, way beyond the simple meaning of this word
    • Stress-resistant, as aviation is a 24/7 industry with numerous complex situations in a time-pressured environment
    • Vagabond in his/her heart, having travelled the world, explored different countries and regions, and longing to experience it all again
    • Culturally savvy, thriving while working with people from different parts of the world, different cultures, customs, religions
    • Fun, joyful, reliable, open minded personality, pleasure to work, travel, and spend time with

    A mix of open positions at Magnetic MRO is usually available for prospective candidates. Please note that some of them may require specific aviation certificates and experience.


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    Differentiators

    We care. We care about your business, because the only way for us to grow is together with our long term customers and partners. Thus Magnetic MRO will deliver solutions and experience like no others. Among many other things, here are the reasons why:

    • Professionalism. We are a team of 24/7 dedicated professionals, who are driven by your business results. We have turned our work into a lifestyle that we enjoy, always delivering something extra to our customers
    • Honesty and Integrity. Here at Magnetic MRO this is in our DNA and company Values. We are open and honest in communication with you, and promise only the things that we can deliver
    • Speed. We are the company of the right size to keep the speed and excitement of a start-up, at the same time delivering professional execution of any large scale project or contract
    • Creativity. We believe that any business is driven by creativity, thus we add a portion of it to any solution tailored to your needs. Magnetic MRO is not bounded by incumbent systems or procedures like other global MRO brands, thus we are open to create lean and innovative solutions to our customers
    • Opinion leadership. We believe that we live in times when knowledge, like a carton of milk, has a shelf life. Thus we promote our team to be ahead of the industry in knowledge and self-development, also sharing our opinion with customers, while shaping the industry for years to come

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    News

    Magnetic MRO and MAC Interiors Unify Their Forces for 3D Printing of Aviation Approved Parts

    After Magnetic MRO had acquired MAC Interiors in February 2016, both parties have come across new opportunities including expanded MRO services and innovative in-house capabilities. One of the improvements developed due to this acquisition has been 3D printing technology for more cost effective and quality interior solutions.

    Magnetic MRO appoints Risto Mäeots as the new Chief Executive Officer

    Magnetic MRO announced today of the upcoming changes in its leadership team. From December 1st, 2016 Risto Mäeots will be promoted from his current COO position to the CEO position and will resume responsibility for overall company direction.
    2016.11.21

    Magnetic MRO Signs a Long Term Agreement with Air Astana for Evacuation Systems

    Magnetic MRO has recently signed a long term agreement with Air Astana - flag carrier of Kazakhstan – supporting the operator’s escape slide repair & overhaul requirements.
    2016.11.15

    Magnetic MRO has partnered with EBEC Tallinn 2016

    As Magnetic MRO, we have attended EBEC Tallinn 2016 in order to empower and inspire future engineers
    2016.11.07

    Magnetic MRO Has Gained ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

    Magnetic MRO is pleased to announce that it has received both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certificates by meeting the high standards set by the International Standards Organization (ISO) in the last week of October.
    2016.10.28

    Magnetic MRO announces the launch date of its new dedicated painting facility.

    Magnetic MRO is pleased to announce the launch date of its new painting facility being built in Tallinn home-base in co-operation with Tallinn Airport; reflecting the growing demand in its integrated MRO services.
    2016.10.25

    Magnetic MRO Teams Up with Kuehne+Nagel for Global Engine Stand Management Solutions

    Magnetic MRO will cooperate with Kuehne + Nagel in offering global engine stand management solutions. The combination of Magnetic MRO brand EngineStands24.com and Kuehne + Nagel engine logistics solution KN EngineChain will result in a global digitalized one-stop solution for transportation and storage of aerospace engine stands
    2016.10.19

    Magnetic MRO became National Champion in The European Business Awards

    Magnetic MRO was selected as a National Champion representing Estonia in the 2016/17 European Business Awards; Europe’s largest business competition set up to celebrate business excellence and best practice in the European business community.
    2016.09.05

    MMRO opened a new warehouse in the UK.

    Magnetic MRO, Estonia headquartered Total Technical Care MRO organization, has opened a new warehouse in Gatwick International Airport, UK.
    2016.08.02

    Exclusive Partnership Agreement with Component OH Services in the USA

    Magnetic MRO signed long term exclusive partnership agreement for landing gear repair and overhaul service with Component OH Services in the USA
    2016.08.09

    Magnetic MRO Opens 5 New Outstations

    Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com), Estonia headquartered Total Technical Care MRO organization, completed the launch of 5 new Line Maintenance outstations.
    2016.07.12

    Magnetic MRO received PART 21J Design Organisation Approval

    Magnetic MRO has been approved by EASA as PART 21J Design Organisation that will allow company to design and approve minor changes and minor repairs to aircraft related to structures, installation of avionics, electrical systems and cabin interiors including galleys and other interiors equipment to small and large aeroplanes.
    2016.07.07

    Magnetic MRO launches Engine Stand Lease e-store enginestands24.com

    Magnetic MRO, a Total Technical Care aviation MRO company, launches a new specialized e-store for aircraft Engines Stands lease and trading. EngineStands24.com offers 24/7 worldwide solution to secure immediate purchase or lease of required engine stands through fast and seamless transaction.
    2016.06.29

    Magnetic MRO signs exclusive Engine Stands distribution agreement with Rotafilo

    Magnetic MRO and its newly launched project EngineStands24 signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Turkish engine stands and tooling manufacturer Rotafilo.
    2016.06.07

    Magnetic MRO gains ASA100 Certificate

    In addition to EASA 145, FAA, EASA Part M, EASA PART 21 and EASA part 147, Magnetic MRO gained the ASA100 Certificate on May 23rd.
    2016.06.01

    Magnetic MRO Acquired MAC Interiors

    Magnetic MRO , Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization, completed acquisition of MAC Interiors (www.macinteriors.com), a UK based aircraft Interiors production and Engineering company.
    2016.02.09

    Magnetic MRO to Launch a New Dedicated Painting Hangar in Tallinn Airport

    Magnetic MRO, a total technical care provider headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia is to launch its second painting hangar in 2017.
    2015.12.21

    Magnetic MRO to Attend Youth Information Fair TEEVIIT

    As in previous years, Magnetic MRO will take part of TEEVIIT, which is the biggest information fair for high school and university students in Estonia. Our goal is to find potential employees and aviation professionals from Estonia. At this exhibition, students have the chance broaden their horizons regarding their professional future and possibly find a suitable university or employer.
    2015.12.03

    Magnetic MRO received FAA certificate for its MRO operations

    Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com), Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization, received Repair Station certificate from US Federal Aviation Administration, covering full scope of Magnetic MRO activities.
    2015.11.17

    Magnetic MRO Establishes Office in London, UK

    Total Technical Care MRO organization Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com) establishes sales and engineering office in London, United Kingdom.
    2015.09.22

    Magnetic MRO Introduces High Pressure Compressor Blades Blend Repair Services for CFM56 Family Engines

    Total Technical Care provider Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com) based in Tallinn, Estonia launches High Pressure Compressor (HPC) Blades Boroblend Repair Service for CFM56-3, -5A,-5B and -7B Engines.
    2015.08.18

    Magnetic MRO signs first Power-By-the-Hour contract

    Magnetic MRO (MMRO), a total technical care organization headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, has taken an organic step forward in daily customer support by moving to power-by-the-hour (PBH) components solutions.
    2015.08.04

    Magnetic MRO Opens Painting Hangar

    Total technical care organization Magnetic MRO (MMRO) enlarged its services portfolio by opening full aircraft painting capability in their Tallinn headquarters. MMRO commenced its first painting project already in July, with painting slots reservation open for the winter maintenance season.
    2015.07.22

    Magnetic MRO introduces 3D printing into aircraft parts production process

    Magnetic MRO introduces 3D printing into aircraft parts production process, as part of its strategy to offer efficient Total Technical Care MRO services.
    2015.05.06

    Magnetic MRO gained Part M Subpart G certificate

    Magnetic MRO, a Total Technical Care MRO organization based in Tallinn, Estonia, completed acquisition of Part M Subpart G certificate, which initially covers Airbus 320 family and Boeing 737 family aircraft.
    2015.04.23

    Magnetic MRO starts Engine Stand Lease service

    Newly added Engine Stand Lease service enables Magnetic MRO to offer a reliable worldwide solution for aircraft engine transportation.
    2015.03.11

    Magnetic MRO expands into Asset Management services with A321 part-out

    Magnetic MRO completed acquisition of A321-131 (MSN555) for part-out.
    2015.03.04

    Nominate Magnetic MRO as the Best Airframe MRO

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    2015.02.13

    Magnetic MRO introduces additional NDT method capabilities

    Magnetic MRO is proud to announce the expansion of its Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) capabilities - our inspectors, from now on, have the approval to perform Thermography Inspections and Phased Array Ultrasonic Inspections.
    2015.01.19

    Magnetic MRO launches full Aircraft Painting services in May 2015

    Magnetic MRO today announced the start of its final preparations to offer full aircraft Painting Services in Tallinn, Estonia by May this year.
    2015.01.13

    Facebook contest

    Win a unique prize – facility tour in our hangars for you and your 3 friends! We will show you the secrets of airplanes!
    2014.12.08

    Magnetic MRO launched Engine On-Wing Maintenance and LRU/QEC support Services

    Magnetic MRO today announced the launch of its Engine On-Wing Maintenance unit as part of the strategy to offer Total Technical Care MRO services.
    2014.12.03

    SmartLynx Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    Magnetic MRO and SmartLynx Airlines are expanding their long term cooperation by signing the agreement, under which Magnetic MRO will execute a number of heavy maintenance events for the airline during the upcoming winter season.
    2014.11.05

    Austrian Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    During the upcoming season, Magnetic MRO will perform a series of C-Checks which contain large structural inspections, landing gear changes and service bulletin embodiment.
    2014.10.22

    Our website now is also in mobile

    Due to responsive design Magnetic MRO website is available in these device categories - desktop, tablet and mobile.
    2014.09.30

    Magnetic MRO launches Engine Management services

    Magnetic MRO (former Air Maintenance Estonia), Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization, launched Engine Management unit as part of its new strategy to offer Total Technical Care MRO services.
    2014.09.24

    Air Maintenance Estonia rebrands to Magnetic MRO‎ as part of its new strategy

    Magnetic MRO starts fresh with the new strategy to provide Total Technical Care MRO solutions for airlines, asset owners and distribution partners, develop a wide range of MRO services and capabilities, and expand operational geographies.‎
    2014.09.15

    Air Maintenance Estonia opens the Escape Slide Overhaul workshop

    September is the second birthday of Air Maintenance Estonia´s new facility. This important event will now have an addition- our expanding organization will be opening escape slide overhaul workshop. The workshop is designed for Goodrich and Zodiac escape slides overhaul at its Tallinn facilities.
    2014.09.12
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    Certificates and Approvals

    EASA Part 145 Approval
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    FAA Approval and Operations Specifications
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    EASA Part M Approval
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    EASA Part 21 Subpart J Approval
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    EASA Part 21 Subpart G Approval
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    EASA Part 147 Approval
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    BDCA Approval
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    SAAU UA
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    ASA 100 Accreditation Certificate
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    ISO 9001
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    ISO 14001
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    For Asset Owners

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    Company Values

    Every step that we take in developing our business, every decision that we make while solving daily operational issues, are guided by these Magnetic MRO Values:

    • Teamwork - We believe in working together to achieve the best outcome to our customers, employees, and shareholders
    • Partnership - We believe in long term partnerships as a base for sustainable business growth
    • Honesty - We are open and honest in everything that we do
    • Creativity - We value creativity as means of achieving competitive advantage for our company
    • Progress - We believe that success is driven by continuous progress of our people and organization

    Our Values help define Magnetic MRO employee and customer experience, build brand loyalty, thus creating a tangible long term base to outperform the industry.


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    Contacts


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    What We Offer

    Here at Magnetic MRO we understand that every professional has a wide range of career and lifestyle choices. These choices span from progressing your career in a multi-billion dollar aviation conglomerate, to finding your inner self on a year-long travel across Asia or Africa.

    Thus Magnetic MRO strives to be the company, which makes you feel good about having made the right choice. We will make sure you enjoy being with us, and create enough opportunities and excitement that will capture your attention for the next 12 months during every annual appraisal.

    We do it through:

    • Introducing you to one of the most attractive global industries. If you have ever raised your eyes and followed the flying 747 with a smile, you have come to the right place. We are a team of professionals who simply love aviation
    • Creating a great team of diverse, yet same-minded colleagues. Here at Magnetic MRO we strive to create an environment, where people enjoy what they do. It starts with getting the right people onto our team
    • Offering stability. Different from other young and dynamic organizations, we offer stability in your workplace and earnings, as our business model is established and key executives come with years of experience in aviation industry
    • Offering plenty of growth opportunities. Magnetic MRO business growth is comprised of a number of new business areas and projects, each of them needing exceptional people to lead them. Company policy is to first seek suitable candidates from within the team
    • Opening global marketplace. We go places, following our customers, partners, projects, and new opportunities. Magnetic MRO team travels the world regularly, manages international projects, and leads remote offices when needed
    • Offering you a career at Magnetic MRO instead of a current position. We want you to grow, as soon as you are ready, into the positions of the current leadership team. This way we can rest assured that our employees are motivated and our business is developing in a sustainable way

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    Total Technical Support, M-Care

    Here at Magnetic MRO we understand the value of time. We believe that you as our customer should focus on what you are the best in the world at, as well as what drives your economic engine. Our role is to take care of the technical rest, in the most efficient and focused way.

    With this in mind we created a suite of services, integrated into a Total Technical Support solution, or the M-Care.

    What is it?

    M-Care is a suite of products, designed to deliver a one-stop-shop solution for any technical needs of a small to medium size airline. The suite includes modular services, which are packaged in accordance with your exact need:

    • Consulting on airline start-up process, fleet selection, fleet upgrade, insourcing vs. outsourcing decisions, etc.
    • Engineering services, including aircraft delivery/redelivery support, maintenance programs, CAMO services, etc.
    • Line Maintenance at your base and designated airports
    • Base Maintenance solutions designed to be geographically efficient
    • Components and materials solutions, up to complex Power By The Hour programs
    • Engine Management solutions, up to Power By The Hour total support engine programs
    • Technical Training and Consulting on Certification under Easa Part 145, Part 147, Part M, Part 21

    Who is it for?

    M-Care works best for:

    • Start up airlines in any markets, mature or emerging
    • Established small to medium size airlines in any markets
    • Any size airlines, operating in challenging environments (emerging markets with lagging MRO infrastructure, conflict zones, etc.)
    • Any size airlines in need of re-shaping their operations through efficient outsourcing
    • Any size airlines changing their fleet with the lack of in-house knowledge of the new aircrafts

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    Export Compliance Statement

    Each Customer of Magnetic MRO acquiring products from Magnetic MRO must understand that such products may be subject to export, re-export, or other restrictions under the laws of the country of manufacture, the country of the supplier, and the country in which the Customer resides.

    Therefore, the Customer, on behalf of itself, its subsidiaries and affiliates, warrants and agrees to abide by all applicable laws and regulations relating to the export and re-export of such products and the direct products thereof.

    With this Statement the Customer certifies the following:

    • The products acquired from Magnetic MRO will not be used directly or indirectly, sold, re-exported or incorporated into products used directly or indirectly, in the design, development, production, stockpiling, or use of chemical or biological weapons, nuclear programs (including activities related to nuclear explosive devices, nuclear reactors, and nuclear fuel-cycle activities), missile (including cruise and ballistic missile systems, space launch vehicles, sounding rockets, target drones, remotely piloted vehicles, and reconnaissance drones), and maritime nuclear propulsion projects except as authorized under applicable laws and regulations relating to the export and / or re-export of these items.
    • The products acquired from Magnetic MRO will not be used directly or indirectly, sold, re-exported or incorporated into products for the use in countries (including, but not limited to North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Iran or Cuba) or of persons and / or organisations (including, but not limited to persons or organizations designated as terrorists, drug traffickers or weapons proliferators) subject to international sanctions or embargoes imposed by, inter alia, the United Nations, the European Union or the United States of America, or to support regional instability and terrorism activities.
    • The products acquired from Magnetic MRO will be used directly or indirectly, sold, re-exported or incorporated into products solely for civil / commercial end use and only by end user agreed by Magnetic MRO in writing.

    The Customer confirms its knowledge and understanding of all applicable export regulations, assumes all responsibilities for export compliance and warrants and agrees to indemnify and hold Magnetic MRO harmless against any losses, damages, fees, monetary sanctions or criminal punishment imposed as a result of failure to comply with any applicable export control laws or regulations.


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    Video

    NORDICA Medium livery for CRJ 700 ES-ACE

    2016.06.16

    Magnetic MRO virtual tour

    2015.04.14

    Our state-of-the-art facility in Tallinn!

    Our state-of-the-art facility in Tallinn!
    2016.02.18
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    For Channel, Distribution Partners

    Magnetic MRO is a link for your products and services to the new markets and customers.


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    Social View

    At Magnetic MRO we avoid big buzz words on social responsibility, which have become integral part of marketing campaigns of large corporations.

    We like to keep it simple. We believe that it is a natural way of life to care about our surrounds, and to help those in need. Thus we take daily decisions with this context in mind, whether it is about printing brochures on a recycled paper, or helping a child in need in a poor African village.

    We believe we have been given a unique gift to help others through daily actions of our company, Magnetic MRO. This empowerment to change things creates responsibility to make sure it is used in the right way, to care about our environment and help those in need.


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    Open Positions



    Chief Operative Officer (COO)

    The COO is a key member of the senior management team, reporting only to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). You’ll have tomaintain control of diverse business operations, so weexpect y ...

    Sales Project Manager (Tallinn)

    Your ultimate role is to manage sales process by preparing needed documentation, communicate with customers and suppliers to get required information and close orders, manage post-sales acti ...

    Aircraft Painter (Tallinn)

    Scope of responsibilities: Preparing aircraft for paint process, including, masking, washing and sanding Mixing the primers and paints to manufacturers specifications Spraying primers, ...

    Customer Support Manager / Klientų Aptarnavimo Vadybininkas (Vilnius)

    Scope of responsibilities: Analyzing customers‘ needs, preparing proposals and issuing quotation Cooperating and maintaining a good relationship with our suppliers Fulfilling cus ...

    B1 and/or B2 Licensed Engineers

    Magnetic MRO requires the service of a number of Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Licensed Engineers to carry out Base and Line maintenance duties at Magnetic MRO main facility in Tallinn, Estonia. Wor ...

    Junior Engineer

    Scope of responsibilities: Collect Customer digital maintenance records and process updates in assigned areas of Information Management systems Draft Task Cards and technical instruction ...

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    Line Maintenance

    Magnetic MRO provides full range of line maintenance solutions to support your operational needs. We value line maintenance as a critical part of any airline’s operations, as this is where daily operational activities happen. Thus we focus on supporting airlines to the highest dispatch reliability standards, together with the professional and fast recoveries from AOG situations. If it is possible to solve, we will take care of it.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO opens new Line Stations upon customer request to support aircrafts under EASA 145 certificate and local authorities’ approvals. New line stations are opened with a 1-3 months lead time, depending on geography and a few operational questions. We are always open to form joint projects together with customer’s technical staff, or to work in partnership with other EASA 145 organizations, established in target locations.

    Our range of Line Maintenance services covers:

    • Transit, Daily, Weekly checks
    • Phase Checks, including A-Checks
    • Defect Rectification
    • Engineering Support
    • Engines, APU, Landing Gear replacement
    • Components and Consumables Solutions
    • Logistics support
    • AOG recovery services

    Who is it for?

    EASA 145 certified Magnetic MRO Line Maintenance solutions work best for:

    • Start-up airlines in any markets, both mature and emerging
    • Any size airlines, operating in challenging environments (emerging markets with lagging MRO infrastructure, conflict zones, etc.)
    • Any size airlines considering outsourcing their in-house line maintenance operations
    • Any size airlines changing/expanding their fleet with the lack of in-house capabilities for aircraft or new scope of work

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    Full 3P Asset Management

    Magnetic MRO adds measurable value to your aviation assets. Simple as that.

    We understand that Asset Ownership and Asset Technical Management are very different disciplines, requiring different skills to create value in each of them. Thus we focus our team skills and experience on the Technical Management side, leaving the structuring of Asset Ownership to finance professionals.

    We see tens of billions of dollars being invested into aviation assets each year. However, we are constantly puzzled by the usual shortage of technically experienced people on the management teams for these assets once acquired.

    Magnetic MRO mission is to fill this technical skills gap and work with financial organizations in minimizing technical risks and maximizing residual value of their aviation investments.

    The most comprehensive solution in partnering with financial organizations is Full 3P Asset Management.

    What is it?

    As the name explains, Full 3P Asset Management covers full range of Asset Management services for aviation investors, namely:

    • Technical Support during Asset Acquisition process (pre-purchase technical inspections, appraisals, paperwork review, contract negotiations, etc.)
    • Technical Support during Lease Periods (program of regular asset inspections, audits, reports, paperwork reviews, maintenance program reviews, etc.)
    • Transition Services. We act on behalf of asset owners in the complex process of asset returns, transitions, temporary storage if needed, placement into the new lessee
    • Asset Repossession Services. Magnetic MRO team has extensive experience in complicated projects of asset repossessions
    • End of Life Management. We offer a range of options to maximize asset value through end-of-life solutions, whether it is managing a tear-down project or utilizing the asset in other means

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Full 3P Asset Management Services are catered for any type of Asset Owners, i.e. Leasing Companies, Banks, Private Investors, other financial organizations.

    Generally we add most value for:

    • Purely financial organizations, with existing aviation portfolio, but without an extensive technical experience in managing aviation assets
    • Asset Owners venturing into aviation as a new industry

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    Press

    In Aviation Week - Friday’s Fast 5: Magnetic MRO

    Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO in Estonia, talks about tripling revenue five months after an acquisition.
    2016.07.15

    In Aviator.aero - Magnetic MRO gained Part M Subpart G certificate

    2015.04.27

    In AviTrader - Magnetic MRO expands into Asset Management services with A321 part-out

    Magnetic MRO completed the acquisition of an A321-131 (MSN555) for part-out.
    2015.03.04

    In MRO Network - Magnetic MRO expands into asset management

    Estonia-based Magnetic MRO is launching a portfolio of new asset management services, including aircraft acquisition and lease management services
    2015.03.04

    In AviTrader - Magnetic MRO launches full aircraft painting services in May 2015

    Magnetic MRO announced the start of its final preparations to offer full aircraft Painting Services in Tallinn, Estonia by May this year.
    2015.01.13

    In AVIATIONPROS - Magnetic MRO Launches Full Aircraft Painting Services in May 2015

    Magnetic MRO today announced the start of its final preparations to offer full aircraft Painting Services in Tallinn, Estonia by May this year.
    2015.01.13

    In MRO Network - Magnetic MRO to offer painting services

    Estonian maintenance firm Magnetic MRO is expanding its service offering to include aircraft painting from May.
    2015.01.13

    In Flightglobal - Magnetic MRO adds engine on-wing support arm

    Estonia's Magnetic MRO has opened an engine on-wing maintenance unit and begun offering related support packages.
    2014.12.03

    In AviTrader - Magnetic MRO launches engine on-wing maintenance and LRU/QEC support services

    Magnetic MRO launched its Engine On-Wing Maintenance unit as part of the strategy to offer Total Technical Care MRO services.
    2014.12.03

    In Flightglobal - SmartLynx contracts Magnetic MRO for C-checks

    Latvian charter carrier SmartLynx Airlines is continuing its co-operation with Magnetic MRO for C-checks on its Airbus A320 fleet.
    2014.11.05

    In AviTrader - SmartLynx Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support

    Magnetic MRO and SmartLynx Airlines are expanding their long term cooperation by signing the agreement, under which Magnetic MRO will execute a number of heavy maintenance events for the airline during the upcoming winter season.
    2014.11.05

    In AVIATIONPROS - SmartLynx Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    Magnetic MRO and SmartLynx Airlines are expanding their long term cooperation by signing the agreement.
    2014.11.05

    In AviTrader - Keith Mwanalushi speaks to Jonas Butautis

    Industry Interview with our CEO in page 23.
    2014.10.24

    In airlineengineering-cee.com about Jonas Butautis speach

    Magnetic MRO CEO Jonas Butautis will be speaking at MRO network Airline E&M: Central, Eastern & Southern Europe event in Belgrade, 28-30 October
    2014.10.21

    In AVIATIONPROS - Austrian Airlines Selects Magnetic MRO for Base Maintenance Support During Winter Season of 2014/2015

    Austrian Airlines selects Magnetic MRO to perform Heavy Maintenance services for its fleet of A320 during the winter season of 2014/2015.
    2014.10.21

    In Aviation Week - Independent MROs Have Future, Magnetic CEO Says

    MADRID — The head of maintenance, repair and overhaul provider Magnetic MRO is confident that small, independent facilities will continue to have a place in the industry amid giants that include original equipment manufacturers and large, airline-affiliated operations.
    2014.10.07

    In Aviation Week - European MRO Executives Outline Challenges And Tactics

    Jonas Butautis about key trends now shaping the European MRO industry.
    2014.10.06

    In AVIATIONPROS - Magnetic MRO Launches Engine Management Services

    Magnetic MRO supports all of the most popular engine types, particularly CFM 56 family, V25 family, CF34 family, CF6 family, etc.
    2014.09.25

    In AviTrader - Air Maintenance Estonia rebrands to Magnetic MRO‎ as part of new strategy

    2014.09.16

    In AVIATIONPROS - Air Maintenance Estonia opens Escape Slide Overhaul workshop

    Escape Slide workshop is the latest addition to wide range of repair capabilities
    2014.09.12

    Jonas Butautis - new CEO

    Jonas Butautis brings a successful track record of developing Total Technical Care MRO businesses, as well as an extensive experience in strategy implementation projects across a number of countries and industries.
    2014.09.11
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    Base Maintenance

    Magnetic MRO operates its own state-of-the-art EASA certified 5 x bay narrow body hangars in Tallinn, Estonia.

    Our company has extensive experience in completing hundreds of C-, D-, Phase- checks, heavy modifications, bridging checks, and other heavy maintenance events. We always work closely with the customer in determining the most efficient solution for the Base Maintenance program, as well as seeing it through with the most effective implementation in our hangars.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO offers a wide range of Base Maintenance services for B737 NG/Classic and A320 family aircrafts. Our capabilities and experience cover:

    • Support in Workscoping of Base Maintenance events
    • Performing scheduled C-, D-, Phase- checks
    • Redelivery or transition checks between operators
    • Minor and major modifications
    • Cabin, interior works
    • Painting solutions

    Magnetic MRO hangars are equipped with the latest efficiency tools like automated docking stations, RFID system for tooling, up to date IT systems and lean processes. All hangar works are backed by extensive in-house shop capabilities and stock of consumables/expendables.

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Base Maintenance solutions work best for:

    • Any size airlines with the need for Base Maintenance partner
    • Any size airlines, looking to shake up incumbent internal systems, existing suppliers, and look for alternative, more efficient solution for Base Maintenance needs

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    Distribution and Logistic Services

    Magnetic MRO has established sales and support infrastructure to deliver substantial sales results to other MROs, OEMs, and manufacturers. We aim to align with a number of global companies, leaders in what they do, in becoming their distribution partner for aviation products and services in our home markets.

    Through distribution agreements our partners gain focused access to new markets and new customers. Magnetic MRO acts as an official distributor, promoting and actively selling partner’s products and services in the defined markets.

    What is it?

    Our relationship with partner organizations is usually guided by Distribution Agreement. Services covered by such Agreement commonly include:

    • Magnetic MRO 24/7 AOG helpdesk, manned around the clock, ready to support, up sell, and dispatch partner’s products and services to customers in pre-defined region
    • Measurable pre-agreed sales activities for partner products and services by Magnetic MRO sales team
    • Project Plan for marketing and branding of partner products and services in target markets, under co-branded, or single-branded strategy
    • Management of warehousing and logistics services, needed to service target customers
    • Supply of Activities Reports and Market Intelligence at pre-agreed intervals back to partner organization

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Distribution and Logistics Services are benefiting these types of organizations:

    • OEMs and other Manufacturers, in need to develop focused presence in pre-agreed markets, home turf for Magnetic MRO sales team
    • Out-of-region companies, without existing presence of warehousing or sales team in Europe
    • Established companies with presence in Europe, wanting to speed-up their growth and add focused sales efforts in penetrating target markets

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    Asset Acquisitions

    Magnetic MRO technical team supports Asset Owners and Investors in acquiring and disposing aviation assets. We do this to help minimize technical risks and sustain residual value of your aviation investments.

    What is it?

    We are commonly contracted by Asset Owners or Investors to become a technical partner in the asset purchase or disposal process. A range of services at the investment or divestment point can cover, but are not limited to:

    • Consulting on technical characteristics of target assets (Total Cost of Ownership, Maintenance, Operational Costs, etc.)
    • Pre-Purchase Inspections
    • Records Reviews
    • Appraisals
    • Representation at OEM facilities or other MROs for asset delivery
    • Project managing reconfigurations, modifications
    • Project managing entry into service
    • Consulting on disposal options
    • Asset and records preparation and handling during disposal process

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Asset Acquisition and Disposal Services are catered for any type of Asset Owners and Investors, i.e. Leasing Companies, Banks, Private Investors, other financial organizations.

    As with all asset management services, we generally add most value for:

    • Purely financial organizations, with existing aviation portfolio, but without an extensive technical experience in managing aviation assets
    • Financial organizations venturing into aviation as a new industry
    • Technically savvy asset owners, with lack of manpower to manage some acquisition or disposal projects

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    Special offers

    Airbus A320 Family Training Courses

    Technical Training

    Part M, Part 145 training courses

    Engine stand lease

    Escape slides

    Landing gear solution

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    Sales Project Manager (Tallinn)

    Your ultimate role is to manage sales process by preparing needed documentation, communicate with customers and suppliers to get required information and close orders, manage post-sales activities, assist the project managers in their daily work, add data to programs. Being responsible for sales activities at international aviation market in accordance with civil aviation standards and company polices.

    Scope of responsibilities:

    • Contact potential/existing customers for new business opportunities
    • Build relationships
    • Prepare proposals
    • Negotiate to get orders

    Requirements:

    • Education in Sales or Marketing or other Business-related field
    • Sales-type person by nature
    • Ability to develop in-depth knowledge about our products and markets
    • Ability to handle complex and sensitive client relationships
    • Excellent negotiation skill
    • Analytical and logical thinking
    • Knowledge of spoken and written English and Russian
    • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
    • Person with a strong sense of ownership, willing to go an extra mile

    Our exceptional offer:

    • Exciting career opportunities
    • Constant development
    • Supportive team
    • Contemporary working environment
    • Permanent contract

    If you are interested in this job opportunity, please send your Resume /CV in English with salary expectation to cv@magneticmro.com.

     



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    Components and Consumables Solutions

    Magnetic MRO supports its customers with comprehensive components and consumables solutions. We manage a network of warehouses strategically located in Ireland, UK, and other satellite locations, closer to the customer. Our AOG desk is staffed 24/7, with the full operational capability to get your aircrafts off the ground in the fastest possible timeframes.

    What is it?

    Our Components and Consumables solutions for airlines cover:

    • Fully comprehensive Power By the Hour (PBH) programs for both Components and Consumables
    • Components trading, lease, exchanges
    • Repair management programs
    • Comprehensive consumables solutions, including customer-based consignments, auto-replenishment, etc.
    • Warehousing and logistics services on behalf of the airline (see price list below)
    • Solutions for surplus material
    • Pooling for high-value components between a few airlines

    We support all types of aircraft and most of World’s geographies.

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Components and Consumables Solutions work best for:

    • Start-up airlines, who need one point of contact for all their material supply needs
    • Any size airlines changing/expanding their fleet with the lack of in-house infrastructure to support the new aircrafts
    • Any size airlines, opening operations in new geographies with no existing components and logistics infrastructure
    • Any size airlines, looking to shake up incumbent internal systems, existing suppliers, and look for alternative, more efficient solution for Components and Consumables

    Packing of Goods

    We take care to pack all our goods in a proper manner to ensure they are kept safe and secure during transportation.

    Based on our standards, procedures and expertise, here at Magnetic MRO we pack engines when transportation is required, using heat shrink packing and offer this service to all our customers.

    ENGINE PACKING 
    HEAT SHRINK PACKING 425 - 460 EUR
    CUSTOMER COVER 150 EUR
    MOISTURE ABSORBER BAG 1 EA 3.50 EUR

    Our in-house trained inspectors ensure that Magnetic MRO provide the required packaging for Dangerous goods shipment and dispatch items to our customers end destination.

    DANGEROUS GOODS 
    DECLRARATION/PACKING   100 EUR
    UN BOX 20-60 EUR
    DRY ICE (PER KG/MIN 5 KG) 10 EUR

     

    Materials that Magnetic MRO use to pack items

    PALLET 120X80 8 EUR
    HALF PALLET 60X80 5 EUR
    FULL PALLET WRAPING 10 EUR

    At Magnetic MRO, we are capable of producing and providing wooden boxes that are needed for the transportation of items based on your requirements. There’s also the availability of containers and boxes for dangerous goods transportation with various rent and sale options.

     

    BOXES FOR TRANSPORTATION RENT/SALE
    WE CAN MANUFACTURE ANY SIZE BOX WHAT IS NEEDED, MIN RENT IS 3 DAYS
    THRUST REVERSER 100/850 EUR
    FLAP 50/225 EUR
    OXYGEN BOTTLES ON REQUEST
    ESCAPE SLIDE ON REQUEST
    SLAT 50/325 EUR
    RADOME COVER 100/850 EUR
    ELEVATOR 50/150 EUR

    We support our customers 24/7, so a complete AOG service is available. We can prepare the export documents and shipping of goods 7 days a week for our customer to avoid any delays with shipments.

    HANDLING FEE’S 
    FORKLIFT - HOUR/CALL 45 EUR
    MAN POWER - HOUR/CALL 30 EUR
    STACKER - HOUR/CALL 15 EUR
    STOCK TAKING - HOUR/CALL 25 EUR
    MATERIAL RECEIVING (PER AWB or ORDER) 50 EUR

    RETURNING SERV & US GOODS (PER AWB or ORDER)

    (Each additional item is 10 EUR)

    50 EUR

    RETURNING HEAVY ITEMS (Engine cowl, engines, landing gear etc to be agreed with client)

    min. 350 EUR
    STORAGE GOODS (PALLET) PER DAY 1 EUR
    STORAGE GOODS -LIGHT ITEMS (RUNNING METER) PER DAY 1 EUR
    STORAGE IN QUARANTINE AREA (RUNNING METER) PER DAY 1 EUR
    AOG SHIPMENTS 200 EUR

    CUSTOMS CLEARANCE, PER DECLARATION (Additional sheet is 15 EUR )

    75 EUR

    -EXTRA 100% WILL BE CHARGED FOR HANDLING SERVICES AT NIGHT (22:00 – 06:00 LOCAL TIME) AND DURING ESTONIAN NATIONAL HOLIDAYS.

    -HOURLY RATES ARE CALCULATED BY EVERY STARTED HOUR.

    We provide a service for scrapping items that our customers no longer require. A complete scrap report is provided with pictures and includes all the details of each individual item disposed at Magnetic MRO.

    SERVICE FOR SCRAPPING  (PAINTING, GRINDING, CUTTING WITH TORCH OR SAW, BURNING)

    SOFT MATERIALS - HOUR/CALL                                                                     15 EUR
    CHEMICALS - HOUR/CALL 40 EUR
    HARD MATERIALS - HOUR/CALL 50 EUR
    TIRES (PER TIRE) - NOSE/MAIN 15/25 EUR
    ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - PER ITEM 80 EUR

    AIRCRAFT SEAT  + TRANSPORTATION TO LANDFILL

     38 EUR
    BIG SIZE ITEMS

    min 150EUR

     


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    24/7 AOG Infrastructure Services

    Here at Magnetic MRO we believe that our support services should be driven by industry operating requirements. Aviation is one of a few global industries, which truly runs on 24/7, 365 days a year schedule. Thus our AOG helpdesk is tailored to deliver products and services to customers any time, whether it is 9PM or 4AM when AOG happens. This way we fully respond to all sales requests, routine deliveries, and AOG situations which our customers face.

    We have noticed, however, that a large number of aviation inventory companies close their business doors at 5PM or 6PM each day, and retire for the weekend Friday afternoon. ‘’AOG desks’’ are often driven by voice-mails or auto-reply ‘’thank you’’ emails, waiting for Monday for someone to go through them.

    Our view is that such approach is a true lost opportunity to capture additional value out of existing inventory investments. After all, if you are not there to speak with the customer when AOG happens, you are not selling.

    With this in mind, Magnetic MRO developed a set of 24/7 AOG Infrastructure Services to help other inventory companies sell their assets outside of common business hours, 365 days a year.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO uses its existing 24/7 AOG infrastructure and team to support after-hours, weekend, public holiday sales and logistics of partner inventories. For our partners we provide:

    • 24/7 AOG helpdesk, manned by real people with extensive experience in material trading. This team acts as sales team for partner inventories after business hours, during weekend, and other pre-agreed times
    • IT connection to partner stock with full visibility and transaction records
    • Logistics solutions for sold stock to be dispatched during out-of-office hours
    • Co-branding or partner branding for AOG helpdesk transactions

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO 24/7 AOG Infrastructure Services were created with these organizations in mind:

    • Aviation inventory companies, trading during normal business hours, not prepared to create their own 24/7 staffed AOG infrastructure
    • Airlines with surplus inventories, with lack of management time to focus on inventory trading on open market
    • Geographically remote aviation inventory companies, on significantly different time zones and business hours from Europe (North America, South America, Asia)

     


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    Transition Between Lessees Services

    Managing transitions between lease contracts and operators is never easy. Magnetic MRO team is here to help. We have extensive experience in managing such projects on behalf of the operators, and on behalf of asset owners. We help our customers to avoid the pitfalls of these complex projects.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO is commonly contracted by Asset Owners or Investors to act on their behalf for aircraft redelivery from incumbent lessee, technical preparation for the new lease contract, and aircraft delivery to the new operator. In particular, our services include:

    • Contracting on owners behalf to project manage redelivery process from existing operator
    • Planning and executing aircraft technical preparation for the new operator: reconfigurations, required modifications, heavy checks, engine OHs, high-value component solutions, etc.
    • Contracting on owners behalf to project manage delivery process to the new operator

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Transition Services are catered for any type of Asset Owners, i.e. Leasing Companies, Banks, Private Investors, other financial organizations.

    As with all asset management services, we generally add most value for:

    • Purely financial organizations, with existing aviation portfolio, but without an extensive technical experience in managing aviation assets
    • Financial organizations venturing into aviation as a new industry
    • Technically savvy asset owners, with lack of manpower to manage some acquisition or disposal projects

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    Aircraft Painter (Tallinn)

    Scope of responsibilities:

    • Preparing aircraft for paint process, including, masking, washing and sanding
    • Mixing the primers and paints to manufacturers specifications
    • Spraying primers, paints and clear coat finishes
    • Applying high quality finish with all coatings

    Requirements:

    • At least secondary or vocational education
    • Good English and Estonian language skills; Russian language is a plus
    • Previous work experience in painting, such as in car service or in shipping
    • Must be self-motivated and be able to work independently

    If you are interested in this job opportunity, please send your Resume /CV with salary expectation to HR department or cv@magneticmro.com.



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    Engines Solutions

    Magnetic MRO offers an extensive range of technical support services for your fleet of engines. We focus on delivering tangible gains through the whole value chain of engine technical support. Through a network of partners and our own investments we access engine assets to support any lease, purchase, exchange, or AOG need. Our team of professionals has extensive experience in managing hundreds of complex engines-related technical projects.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO Engines Solutions for airlines include:

    • "Not to Exceed’’ Comprehensive Technical Support Programs
    • Engine Fleet Management Services
    • Pre-Purchase Inspections, Records Reviews, Appraisals
    • On-Wing Services
    • Shop Visit Workscoping
    • Technical Support During Shop Visits
    • Material Support
    • Contract Negotiations
    • Invoice Review
    • Warranty Management
    • Spare Engine Pooling Solutions

    Magnetic MRO supports all of the most popular engine types, particularly CFM 56 family, CF34 family, CF6 family, V25 family, etc.

    Who is it for?

    Our Engines Solutions are best suited for airlines, searching for long term comprehensive and predictable technical solution for their engines fleet. Tangible value is created by removing ad hock planning of engine maintenance events, correct and efficient workscoping, micro-managing shop visits, and controlling material supply. Organizations, which experience premium gains through Magnetic MRO Engines Solutions include:

    • Start up airlines with understaffed technical department and lack of adequate experience in engine projects
    • Any size airlines changing/expanding their fleet with the lack of in-house technical know-how to support the changes
    • Any size airlines, looking to shake up incumbent internal systems, existing suppliers, and look for alternative, more efficient solution for their engines fleet
    • Any size airlines, finishing off their 10-12 year OEM Total Care Contract for their engine fleet and looking for alternative comprehensive turn-key solution for the engines

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    Sales and Customer Pooling

    Magnetic MRO business is driven by our own active sales. We generate leads and new deals every day, leaving some to be serviced out of our own stock, others – in partnerships with other organizations. Anyone, working in aviation material industry would agree that no company can fulfill all orders from their own stock.

    Thus Magnetic MRO acts as consolidator of demand for aviation parts and consumables through our own active sales force. We service some of that demand from our warehouses; the rest is sourced from our partners.

    We aim to establish long term relationships with other aviation inventory holders, backing them up with significant orders, volume-rebate systems, etc.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO is a sales channel / strategic partner for a limited number of large aviation inventory companies.

    Such relationships are usually guided by Strategic Partnership Agreements, which pre-define target markets, sales activities, target volumes, rebate systems, etc.

    Who is it for?

    Our Sales and Customer Pooling partnerships are beneficial for:

    • Aviation inventory holders with no sufficient sales staff
    • Aviation inventory holders with HQs and most of sales force located outside of Europe
    • Aviation inventory holders with HQs outside of Europe, wanting to enter European market with minimum fixed costs, avoiding the option of own regional sales force
    • Airlines with surplus inventories, with lack of management time to focus on inventory trading on open market

     


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    Technical Support During Lease Periods

    Whether you are the owner of 5 or 600 aircrafts or engines, it is always difficult to keep transparent view of the quality of operations of your assets. Aviation industry is ripe with horror stories of donor-aircrafts, swapped components, and even engines. Lack of transparent view leaves the risk of faster-than-average value deterioration for your aviation assets.

    Magnetic MRO team understands these risks; thus we created a suite of services for Asset Owners, which help to monitor technical and operational status of leased aircrafts and engines, thus decreasing the risks of residual values falling faster than market average.

    What is it?

    Magnetic MRO acts on behalf and in the interest of Asset Owners to monitor technical health and operational conditions of the leased out aircrafts or engines. Services include:

    • Records keeping service to remove risks of lost records during asset return process
    • Quarterly audit and consequential report on aircrafts/engines operating conditions and technical status
    • Aircraft/engines physical inspection and consequential report every 6 months of the lease period
    • Engine condition monitoring and recommendations to asset owner and operator
    • Technical advice and representation of asset owner interests on financial reserves related maintenance events
    • Transfer of risks for costs of financial reserves related maintenance events from Asset Owner and operator to Magnetic MRO through a 3-party maintenance agreement

    Who is it for?

    Technical Support During Lease Periods Services are catered for any type of Asset Owners and Investors, i.e. Leasing Companies, Banks, Private Investors, other financial organizations.

    However, more specifically, we generate most value for:

    • Owners of aviation assets leased out and operated in challenging environments: emerging markets, countries with high political and operational risks
    • Owners holding small to medium size asset fleets, not generating enough scope for statistics to apply across the whole fleet. Micromanagement of each contract or project is the only way to generate acceptable returns for such owners
    • Purely financial organizations, with existing aviation portfolio, but without an extensive technical experience in managing aviation assets
    • Financial organizations venturing into aviation as a new industry

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    Customer Support Manager / Klientų Aptarnavimo Vadybininkas (Vilnius)

    Scope of responsibilities:

    • Analyzing customers‘ needs, preparing proposals and issuing quotation
    • Cooperating and maintaining a good relationship with our suppliers
    • Fulfilling customers’ needs in a timely manner, arranging transportation if needed
    • Resolving any issues to ensure customer satisfaction
    • Support to other sales team members 

    Requirements:

    • Positive, can-do attitude, ability to work under stress, tight deadlines and changing priorities
    • Very good verbal and written knowledge of English is a must (Russian would be an advantage)
    • Customer Oriented, experience in Sales, Logistics or Customer Service
    • Experience in active sales and internationals sales would be considered as big advantage
    • Experience in B2B sales is a must
    • Knowledge of MS Office
    • Ability to work shifts (during weekends and holidays too)
    • Strong communication and cooperation skills ability to work in team 

    If you are interested in this job opportunity, please send your CV in English with your salary expectation to our HR department via CV@MAGNETICMRO.COM 

     



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    Engineering Services

    Magnetic MRO has a full range of engineering services for our airline customers, as well as aircraft owners or managers. We understand that quality engineering and planning is at the core of efficient airline operations, and for aircraft owners proper engineering and aircraft records keeping is essencial for maximizing aircraft value and assets liquidity, thus we are constantly challenging Magnetic MRO team of engineers with the ever increasing benchmark for quality of our services.

    What is it?

    Our Engineering Services cover a wide range of projects, from small ad-hock technical support, to comprehensive Continued Airworthiness Management services:

    CAMO Services:

    • Monitoring and reviewing compliance with the airworthiness directives
    • Monitoring and ensuring compliance with service bulletins
    • Documenting structural damage, issuing repair certification and ensuring that all damage reports are update
    • Hard time component tracking
    • Serialized component tracking
    • Production, development, amendment, and implementation of an approved aircraft maintenance programme
    • Production of aircraft reliability reports and leading periodic reliability review meetings
    • Production, issuance and management of Line and Base Maintenance work packages and Task Cards in accordance with the approved maintenance programme
    • Control of maintenance requirements in accordance with the approved maintenance programme
    • Preparing storage programme and Issuing storage work packages
    • Management, maintenance and safekeeping of aircraft technical records

     Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARCs) recommendation issue and renewal management:

    • A full review of all aircraft technical documents according to EASA requirements
    • A review and report on the maintenance programme and its applicability
    • Comprehensive audit to ensure that aircraft complies with the latest, particular aircraft type
    • Detailed checks to confirm that all the applicable airworthiness directives are complied with:
    • Aircraft Airworthiness Directives
    • Engine Airworthiness Directives
    • Equipment Airworthiness Directives
    • Any other published EASA Airworthiness Directives or Service Bulletins

    ECM Services:

    • Identify any problems that could lead to unscheduled aircraft downtime as early as possible
    • Indicate the actual engine deterioration state in accordance with the age of an aircraft
    • Supervise clear records, containing all packages of repairs and analysis of the main engine parameters

     Pre-purchase or Re-delivery Aircraft Inspection:

    • Airworthiness authority transfer certification
    • Airworthiness Directive compliance
    • Structural repair certification
    • Modification embodiment records
    • Engine status and ‘back to birth’ traceability
    • Hard time component certification and history
    • Analysis of maintenance check invoices, labour and material costs
    • Aircraft inspection
    • Physical condition report
    • Physical inspections of the aircraft & records
    • Full AD & SB audits
    • Observations and listings of outstanding maintenance items
    • Overview of aircraft condition and compliancy of all aircraft records
    • Damage mapping
    • Independent compilation of time & life limited data
    • Video, photographs and photocopies of all certificates and important log entries
    • Development of a comprehensive listing of all outstanding Airworthiness Directives, Hard Life Limited components, maintenance intervals and other time life critical items of the airframe and engines

     Other Engineering Services:

    • Non Destructive Testing laboratory, including engine Boroscope and analysis
    • Aircraft weighing in base and outside base
    • Maintenance planning and budget control
    • The management of aircraft conversions, maintenance, repair and modification programmes
    • Onsite technical representation

    Who is it for?

    • Start up airlines with understaffed technical department and lack of adequate experience
    • Established operators with fleets of up to 15 aircrafts
    • Any size airlines with internal technical department/CAMO organization, wanting to improve engineering quality and operational reliability of the fleet
    • Any size airlines adding new type of aircrafts to their fleet, with lack of engineering knowledge and/or manpower to support the new fleet
    • Any size airlines with understaffed technical department, needing an external hand to support on routine tasks of Maintenance Planning, Engineering Orders, etc.
    • Aircraft leasing companies or asset owners, doing aircraft transition between operators or repossessing the aircraft
    • Aircraft leasing companies or asset owners, needing technical representative, advise or independent evaluation
    • Aircraft leasing companies or asset owners, doing the aircraft re-configuration or re-furbishment to meet next operator requirements

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    End of Life Management

    Times are changing. With average economic life time of aviation assets significantly decreasing, it is more important than ever to realize premium residual value from end-of-life assets.

    Magnetic MRO partners with asset owners in structuring end-of-life programs for individual assets or fleets of aircrafts and engines. We use our market knowledge, technical know-how, network of partners and customers to deliver the most economically viable solutions for your aviation assets, approaching end of their life cycles.

    What is it?

    End of Life Management is a suite of services, developed to maximize realizable value of your aviation assets approaching their end of economic lifetime. In summary, these services include:

    • Consulting on possible disposal options for end-of-life aviation assets
    • Detailed business case calculations for selected alternatives of assets disposal
    • Project Management of selected options: remaining green life utilization, part outs of aircrafts and engines, asset swaps, build-ups, etc.
    • Managing sales process and collecting realizable value on behalf of asset owners through Magnetic MRO chain of partners and own sales force
    • Warehousing and logistics solutions for remaining assets with economic value
    • Disposal of inventories and assets without economic value

    Magnetic MRO structures solutions for individual assets, as well as fleet-wide approach for a multi-year end-of-life management.

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO End of Life Management services are catered for any type of Asset Owners and Investors, i.e. Leasing Companies, Banks, Private Investors, other financial organizations.

    As with all asset management services, we generally add most value for:

    • Incumbent leasing companies, shifting their strategies into control of the whole vertical value chain throughout asset life cycle
    • Purely financial organizations, with existing aviation portfolio, but without an extensive technical experience in managing aviation assets
    • Technically savvy asset owners, with lack of manpower to manage such projects

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    B1 and/or B2 Licensed Engineers

    Magnetic MRO requires the service of a number of Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Licensed Engineers to carry out Base and Line maintenance duties at Magnetic MRO main facility in Tallinn, Estonia.

    Work will include:

    • To carry out Base (mostly) and Line maintenance on a/c types B737CL, B737NG, A320Fam (CFM56 + V2500)
    • To ensure compliance with safety directives and application of safe work methods
    • To perform tasks and complete all a/c maintenance documentation in a timely accurate and comprehensive manner

     

    If you have:

    • Valid EASA license B1 and/or B2 for either or all required aircraft types (B737CL, B737NG, A320Fam (CFM56+V2500)
    • At least 1 year line or base maintenance experience on the aircraft types required as licensed technician
    • Current on required aircraft types
    • Current Human Factory, Fuel Tank Safety L2 and EWIS
    • Competency in all disciplines of aircraft maintenance
    • Ability to perform extensive troubleshooting on their own
    • Ability to read, write, fluently speak and understand the English language
    • Ability to work alone and under pressure in a fast paced environment
    • Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize workload
    • Valid passport acceptable within any Europe country
    • Basic Computer skills (MS office, word, outlook)

    We offer:

    • Permanent or long period contract
    • Recurrent Training
    • Competitive salary
    • 30 days annual leave
    • EASA Part 66 type courses (if any of required aircraft types is missing in the license)

    In order to apply for the job, send your CV and cover letter in English  cv@magneticmro.com



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    Technical Training & Consulting

    Magnetic MRO, together with a number of partners, offers a wide range of Technical Training programs. We also engage in complex consulting and organizational transition projects, helping our customers to expand their businesses, add EASA 145 certificates, new types and capabilities. We have access to highly experienced multi-language trainers, and are flexible, within limits of EASA requirements, to perform training programs at customer locations.

    What is it?

    Our Training and Consulting services are part of the Total Technical Support suite of products, helping our customers to stay up to speed with the needed certifications, as well as prepare the pipeline of people for planned business development. In summary, we can offer:

    Technical Training Services:

    • Basic Maintenance Training programs (EASA Part 66)
    • Type Training programs for a wide range of aircrafts
    • Specialized Aviation Training Programs (Aviation Legislation, Human Factors, etc.)

    Consulting Services for Airlines:

    • Launch of Operations consulting projects for airline start-ups
    • Project Management of EASA 145 certification project
    • Project Management of EASA 147 certification project
    • Establishment or enhancement of Quality System
    • Project Management of In-house MRO Capability Set-Up
    • Other customer engagements

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Technical Training and Consulting services cater for all types of operators. However, we find that demand for such services is usually driven by changes happening in the business:

    • When there is shift in type of aircraft operated by the airline
    • When customer is going through a rapid fleet expansion, with lack of adequately trained and experienced skilled staff to support the growth
    • When a new EASA 145 technical organization is being developed in house
    • When new capabilities are added to the technical organization
    • In addition to the above, there is usually a constant need for routine certificate updates

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    Risk and Rewards Sharing Projects

    Magnetic MRO team has extensive experience in technical support of aviation assets. Thus, in a lot of cases, we are willing to include risk and rewards sharing initiatives into the contracts with our partners. We understand that Market and Credit risks are already there for our financial partners to consider. Thus we are ready to minimize technical risks for Asset Owners, and often turn remaining risks into our responsibility. We are open to discuss with any Asset Owner or Investor on how to help minimize technical risks of their assets and contractually transfer the remaining risks onto Magnetic MRO.

    What is it?

    Risk/Rewards sharing projects are customized each time for specific partner needs. In general, these are the types of engagements that Magnetic MRO is ready to discuss and structure a working project for our financial partners:

    • Co-acquisition of aviation assets. Magnetic MRO buys aviation assets for part-out and short term lease projects. We partner with other organizations in structuring high-value bids for fleets of assets or types of assets, which are out of our scope. Together with partners we get into types of deals that none of us would do individually
    • Project Management of part out projects. Magnetic MRO acts on Asset Owner or Investor behalf to acquire, part out, repair, and sell aviation assets. In a number of cases we are ready to commit to minimum ROI numbers for our financial partners
    • Fixed returns funds, backed by aviation assets. Our company is open to structure fixed-return financial vehicles, backed by aviation assets, with long-term lease contracts for the assets from Magnetic MRO and our partner organizations
    • Not to Exceed maintenance contracts for maintenance events, covered by financial reserves. Magnetic MRO offers 3-way solutions, engaging Operators and Asset Owners, capping maintenance costs at lower or equal to financial reserves level. We shift the risk for over and above expenses from Operator and Asset Owner to our organization

    Who is it for?

    Magnetic MRO Risk/Rewards Sharing projects are catered for any type of Asset Owners and Investors, i.e. Leasing Companies, Banks, Private Investors, other financial organizations. They work best for the new players in aviation market, aiming at mid-life assets with premium returns and partner-shared risks.


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    Junior Engineer

    Scope of responsibilities:

    • Collect Customer digital maintenance records and process updates in assigned areas of Information Management systems
    • Draft Task Cards and technical instructions for Customer aircraft under direction of responsible Engineers
    • Maintain up to date information in the assigned data directories
    • Prepare aircraft airworthiness statuses according to guidelines from responsible Engineers
    • Co-operate with engineering associates to avoid delays in delivery of required engineering products to Customers
    • Assist in preparation airworthiness data bases for various aircraft types
    • Perform any other duties that may fall within his scope of work or assigned by the Engineering Manager

    Requirements:

    • University/aeronautical degree of aviation education
    • Proven competence for managing digital information and drafting of documents using source data in different formats
    • Comprehend Estonian/Russian language to maintain communication in various aspects in the Company multilingual environment and with Customers
    • Computer literate and good typing skill (MS office, word, outlook)
    • Good English language skills including aviation terminology (spoken and written)

    Working time

    • Full-time work

    If you have ever raised your eyes and followed the flying aircraft with a smile, you have come to the right place. We are a team of professionals who simply love aviation.

    In order to apply for the job, send your CV and cover letter in English cv@magneticmro.com



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    Components Fabrication and Certification

    Magnetic MRO is able to offer design changes for minor modifications and repairs. Interior modifications and electrical and avionic upgrades are within our capability, allowing our maintenance organization the ultimate flexibility in providing our operators with immediate solutions.

    With our modifications expertise, customers can refurbish their old products without going to the expense of buying brand new. We can provide modifications to Seat covers and other wearable parts, so extending the life time of their operation and keeping their appearance contemporary and fresh.

    The most frequently worn out parts are produced in house, under Part 21G certificate, these include:

    • Seat covers
    • Carpets
    • Curtains
    • Decals
    • Labels

    The Magnetic MRO team works in three phases to deliver modifications: Pre Development, Service Bulletin Development and Implementation. We will assess the feasibility and costs of the request, provide a step by step description of proposed modifications and deal with all certification, testing and airworthiness analysis and approvals.

    We dedicate ourselves to making sure we deliver time and cost savings for our customers by being flexible, responsive and reliable. We can manage modifications either on site or at our Magnetic MRO facilities, and our One-Stop-Shop approach guarantees a low cost of ownership for customers.


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    In house NDT capability

    Non-destructive testing (NDT) is a group of techniques to evaluate the properties of a material, component or system without causing damage. With the help of NDT one can detect cracks or any other irregularities in the airframe structure and engine components which are not visible to the naked eye. The testing methods enable us to inspect various materials such as aluminium, titanium, composites and steel.

    NDT inspection by EN 4179

    Eddy Current (EC)

    • Rotary inspection of holes
    • Standard surface inspection, blends
    • Conductivity testing
    • A/C type specific repetitive tasks

    Ultrasonic (UT)

    • Phased Array
    • Thickness measurement
    • A/C type specific repetitive tasks

    Infrared Thermography (IR)

    • A320 elevator inspection
    • Other applications

    Dye Penetrant Inspection

    • Full support for wheel & brake shop
    • Inspection with portable equipment on aircraft

    Magnetic Particle Inspection

    • Full support for wheel & brake shop
    • Inspection with portable equipment on aircraft

    Other methods in cooperation with our nominated Level 3:

    • ELCH inspection
    • X-Ray
    • Pulsed Thermographic Inspection

    The “Hardness Testing” - Magnetic MRO facilitates a high-precision hardness tester which enables us to test large variety of materials. We can work both with Rockwell and Rockwell superficial scales. Hardness testing is mainly used as a mandatory method after heat treatment of metals before their usage on structural repairs.

    Hardness Testing

    • Rockwell hardness (scales: HRA, HRB, HRC)
    • Rockwell superficial (scales: HR15N, HR30N, HR30T, HR15T)

    Heat treatment is a metalworking process which involves the use of heating or chilling, normally to extreme temperatures, to achieve a desired result such as hardening or softening of a material. Magnetic MRO owns and operates a specially designed furnace which conforms to Aircraft OEM standards. We are able to fully support aircraft structural team requirements and serve also third party orders. The oven has inner dimensions 750 x 1000 x 750 mm (W x D x H) operates up to max 850 degrees Celsius and runs programs to treat all popular aerospace  metals such as but not limited to: 2000 and 7000 series aluminium, Corrosion Resistant Steel (CRES), treatment of rivets.

     

    For more details or requests for NDS service, please contact: ro@magneticmro.com


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    Component Repair Capability

    The Magnetic MRO Workshop is an EASA part 145 approved repair shop and provides a wide range of component repair support services for our customers.

    • Services that we provide include: inspection, modification, repair and overhaul. We also provide tire change, heat stack change, heat pack change, periodical inspection, regular inspection, capacity test, etc.
    • We repair the components for the following types of aircraft : Boeing B737 CL and NG, A320 family, ERJ 170, CRJ 900NG, B717-200, BAe 146 and many more, in accordance with our approved component capability list.
    • We support components for the following ATA chapters:
    • ATA 21
      • Air cleaner
    • ATA 24
      • Batteries– Providing service to Saft, Page Aerospace LTD, Radiant Power Corporation, Bruce Industries INC, Grimes Aerospace Company and Concorde Battery Corporation Nickel-Cadmium and Lead- Acid batteries.
    • ATA 25
      • Megaphones
      • Ovens
      • Water heaters
      • Coffee makers
      • Batteries
      • Trolleys
      • Passenger seats
      • Life preservers
      • Escape slides, slides/rafts – Providing service to Zodiac/Air Cruiser Company and Goodrich Corporation off-wing, door and tail cone escape slides and escape slides/rafts.
    • ATA 26
      • Fire extinguishers
    • ATA 29
      • Hydraulic swivels
    • ATA 32
      • Wheels – Providing service to Honeywell International INC, Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems, Messier-Bugatti-Dowty and Goodrich Corporation nose and main landing gear wheels.
      • Brakes – Providing service to Honeywell International INC, Meggit Aircraft Braking Systems, Messier-Bugatti-Dowty and Goodrich Corporation steel and carbon brakes.
    • ATA 33
      • Emergency exit power supplies
      • Ceiling light units
    • ATA 35
      • Oxygen cylinders refilling
    • ATA 38
      • Lavatory drain valve
    • ATA 52
      • Snubbers
    • ATA 56
      • Sliding windshield

    Our capability is not only limited to what we can support at the moment. In cooperation with Magnetic MRO engineers, we are able to develop and add new capabilities according to customer needs and requirements.

    It is our aim to provide a cost effective and reliable service to our customers, ensuring that all our mechanics are highly trained and dedicated to the work processes which are carried out I.A.W. latest revision of a Component Maintenance Manuals.

    Magnetic MRO holds a pool of components where we can provide exchange options when components are required on an AOG/Critical basis for our customers or in case the unit turns BER.

    The pool consists mainly of, Main batteries for Boeing and Airbus aircrafts, Escape slides, wheels and brakes. For exchange options please contact our AOG team which is ready to support your needs 24/7: aog@magneticmro.com , phone: +3726225000.

    To receive our latest complete repair capability list and additional information about our services please contact ro@magneticmro.com

     

    Magnetic MRO for Airlines, MROs and asset owners offers these Landing Gear services:  

    • Landing Gear Repair Management
    • Landing Gear Exchange Programs
    • Landing Gear Outright Sale

    Aircraft types that Magnetic MRO provides repair and overhaul services for:
    B737 classic and NG, B757, B767, B777, B747, A320 Family, CRJ 200/700/900, C130 and MD80/90.

    Issued Certificate: DUAL RELEASE (FAA and EASA)

    Additional Advantages:

    • Warranty
    • Fixed cap on repair price, in this case you can be sure that repair will not exceed indicated price
    • High quality of services due to experienced repair team
    • Dual release certificate
    • In case of urgency shop can set additional shift to complete repair/overhaul in shorter TAT
    • Pool of Landing Gear available for loan during repair process
    • Pool of Landing Gear available for exchange
    • Pool of Landing Gear available for outright sale

    Magnetic MRO always aims to provide the most cost-efficient solutions for its customers.
    Our customer satisfaction and service excellence have been achieved through:

    • Efficient repair process that keeps costs at a low level and guaranties good price to customers
    • Having full picture how many Landing Gear changes will be needed, how much this will cost additionally to operator, how many times operator will need to come for Landing Gear change or all can be done during A/C maintenance process and so on
    • Having efficient transportation solutions
    • Having ready to go Landing Gear assets to offer to customers

     

     

     


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    • Magnetic MRO and MAC Interiors Unify Their Forces for 3D Printing of Aviation Approved Parts

    Magnetic MRO and MAC Interiors Unify Their Forces for 3D Printing of Aviation Approved Parts


    After Magnetic MRO had acquired MAC Interiors in February 2016, both parties have come across new opportunities including expanded MRO services and innovative in-house capabilities. One of the improvements developed due to this acquisition has been 3D printing technology for more cost effective and quality interior solutions.

    Magnetic MRO, as an innovation focused MRO Company, has already built a reputation regarding its dedication to the latest innovations and technological advancement in the market that create competitive advantages. Recently the company sent out its R&D specialists to discover 3D printing possibilities within MAC Interiors’ facility; which led MAC Interiors to use 3D printing technology in their production process for the very first time in company’s history.

    The occasion to test this fresh in-house technology had occurred so soon due to customers’ increasing demand in innovative solutions. MAC Interiors has recently started a new program with a leading aircraft interior product manufacturer in order to design and produce functional mock-ups for a client’s new product. This was the first time that MAC Interiors has ever designed 3D printed parts for a client, which resulted in high quality production with the assistance of Magnetic MRO. Final touches for 3D printed parts, including gluing, sanding and painting, is taking place in MAC Interiors facility under their supervision.

    “Joint know-how in industry dynamics and technological improvements is the main leverage of both parties’ bespoke quality and service excellence.” says Andrius Norkevičius, Managing Director of MAC Interiors. “As MAC Interiors, we have proven that we are capable of designing and finalizing 3D printed parts not only quickly but also accurately dimensioned and light-weight. More importantly, we got to exceed customer expectations in our first trial and gained a significantly competitive experience.”


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    Magnetic MRO appoints Risto Mäeots as the new Chief Executive Officer

    2016.11.21

    Magnetic MRO, Estonia-headquartered Total Technical Care company, announced today of the upcoming changes in its leadership team.

    From December 1st, 2016 Risto Mäeots will be promoted from his current Chief Operating Officer position to the Chief Executive Officer position and will resume responsibility for overall company direction. 

    Incumbent company CEO Jonas Butautis will move to the Chairman of the Management Board position, supporting Risto Mäeots with the transition, also guiding group-level M&A, asset management, and strategic projects activities.

    “Over the last three years Magnetic MRO has grown out of a typical hangar-based MRO company into a provider of blended MRO, asset management, and technology solutions. In early 2016 we successfully executed our first M&A project by acquiring MAC Interiors in the UK, which has since become a vehicle of growth in the exciting aircraft modifications market. All these new areas of asset management, M&A activities, and technological solutions, require focus if we expect to excel in them”, says Jonas Butautis, incumbent CEO of Magnetic MRO. “Thus we made a decision to hand over diverse Magnetic MRO operations to the new CEO Risto Mäeots, thus allowing me and other Management Board Members to focus on areas which add significant strategic value to the business. Risto has grown together with Magnetic MRO and is a natural choice for the new Chief Executive Officer role. He is ready to lead this business over the exciting next few years, positioning the company strongly as the Total Care MRO provider”.

    There are no expected changes to Magnetic MRO strategic direction. Having delivered more than 100 percent organic growth over the last year, the company is expected to continue on its path of offering Total Technical Care products and services, thus securing significant strategic growth opportunities for upcoming years.

    “I am honored and excited to be appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer for Magnetic MRO”, commented incoming CEO Risto Mäeots. “I have a vision and strong belief that we will continue to grow our business into an innovative, agile, technology-driven global MRO powerhouse, finding ways to differentiate in this hyper-competitive MRO marketplace. These are exciting times for the industry and Magnetic MRO, and I am thrilled to have an opportunity to lead it through the next period of growth”.


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    • Magnetic MRO Signs a Long Term Agreement with Air Astana for Evacuation Systems

    Magnetic MRO Signs a Long Term Agreement with Air Astana for Evacuation Systems

    2016.11.15

    Magnetic MRO, Estonian headquartered global MRO service provider, has recently signed a long term agreement with Air Astana - flag carrier of Kazakhstan – supporting the operator’s escape slide repair & overhaul requirements.

    Two years ago, Magnetic MRO added the escape slide workshop to its wide range of repair services, and has been continuing to expand into new capabilities and service offerings in order to meet the requirements of customers. As a result of a high quality service provided throughout the escape slide workshop unit, Magnetic MRO continues to grow its customer base. Based on the needs of Air Astana’s fleet as well as other existing airline customers, Magnetic MRO has developed its capabilities to cover both Goodrich and Air Cruisers escape slides for Boeing B767, B757, B737 CL, B717-200, Airbus A320 Family, accompanied by raft capability.

    “We are proud of the fast growing demand for our escape slide facility” says Risto Mäeots, COO of Magnetic MRO. “We are actively investing in our in-house capabilities in order to serve our customers proactively and effectively. We are happy to see the results of our actions and we are determined to build more long term relationships in the future, in respect to our integrated MRO capabilities.”


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    Magnetic MRO has partnered with EBEC Tallinn 2016

    2016.11.07

    As Magnetic MRO, we have attended EBEC Tallinn 2016 (European Best Engineering Competition), organized by BEST-Estonia and supported by MEKTORY Business & Innovation Center, as one of the partner companies in order to empower and inspire future engineers.

    We presented a challenging case study, which competing teams had to solve within 15 hours. It was an exciting experience to see students applying their full multidisciplinary knowledge and personal skills in order to come up with the most effective and innovative solution within a very short time. We are proud of the fact that our winner team will be participating in EBEC Baltic 2017 as the next step on account of our support and contribution.

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    About EBEC:

    European BEST Engineering Competition (EBEC) is an annual engineering competition organised by the Board of European Students of Technology (BEST). EBEC spreads in 32 countries with the mission to develop students by offering them the opportunity to challenge themselves in solving a theoretical or a practical problem. Students form teams of four and are called upon to solve an interdisciplinary Team Design or Case Study task, thus addressing students from all the fields of engineering. The team which proves to be the most efficient, creative and successful at the end of competition finale is granted by “BEST Engineers of Europe” title.


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    Magnetic MRO Has Gained ISO 9001 and ISO 14001

    2016.10.28

    Magnetic MRO, Estonian headquartered global MRO service provider, is pleased to announce that it has received both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certificates by meeting the high standards set by the International Standards Organization (ISO) in the last week of October.

    Magnetic MRO has successfully proven its ability to deliver effective quality management systems, and on 24th of October, it became an ISO 9001:2008 certified organization. On 28th of October, Magnetic MRO also passed the independent audit of Bureau Veritas and acquired the ISO 14001:2015 certificate. In respect of the world’s most recognized quality management systems, Magnetic MRO is proud to continue delivering high quality products and services throughout its business unit.

    “By obtaining the ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 14001:2015 certificates, we are proving our commitment to our customers in terms of meeting and maintaining high quality standards and environmental requirements.” says Risto Mäeots, COO of Magnetic MRO. “In aviation most of the activities are well regulated by the authorities, therefore, with the expansion of our service portfolio, we had to keep equally high standards in the activities which are not falling under Aviation Safety Authorities.”

    ISO 9001 certificate is covering the company’s spare parts trading and asset management; and the aircraft maintenance and painting activities are covered by ISO 14001, including end-of-life asset management and tear downs.


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    • Magnetic MRO announces the launch date of its new dedicated painting facility.

    Magnetic MRO announces the launch date of its new dedicated painting facility.

    2016.10.25

    Magnetic MRO is pleased to announce the launch date of its new painting facility being built in Tallinn home-base in co-operation with Tallinn Airport; reflecting the growing demand in its integrated MRO services.

    This new facility will enable Magnetic MRO to provide commercial and VIP standard painting services; which were proven superior in respect to a significant number of feedbacks. The addition of this new hangar will effectively increase the area dedicated to painting facilities from 2,000 sqm to 4,000 sqm. It will be equipped with a custom docking system which can be tailored to serve different types of aircraft; which will lead the facility to become one of a kind in the whole Baltic region. The company will be able to perform up to 4 commercial A/C or 2 VIP aircraft painting per month accompanied by the advanced aircraft painting technologies, including Sherwin-Williams, AkzoNobel, PPG and Mankiewicz systems.

    Design and construction of the new painting hangar still continues with a dedicated team, which plans to open the new facility’s doors to full service by 12th of October, 2017. Along with the rental agreement signed, the company has already started to receive new demands from existing as well as potential customers.

    “We are so excited about this new development which will take place in less than a year. It represents our company’s dedication on innovative and effective solutions though integrated MRO services.” says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO, “In a very short time, Magnetic MRO has grown from a simple third party maintenance provider into a true total technical care provider due to not only the expansion in services provided, but also the ability to understand customers’ needs and come up with distinctive results.”


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    • Magnetic MRO Teams Up with Kuehne+Nagel for Global Engine Stand Management Solutions

    Magnetic MRO Teams Up with Kuehne+Nagel for Global Engine Stand Management Solutions

    2016.10.19

    Magnetic MRO will cooperate with Kuehne + Nagel in offering global engine stand management solutions. The combination of Magnetic MRO brand EngineStands24.com and Kuehne + Nagel engine logistics solution KN EngineChain will result in a global digitalized one-stop solution for transportation and storage of aerospace engine stands.

    This co-operation will set a new industry standard in engine stand management and logistics support. It will feature immediate availability and visibility of engine stands across Kuehne + Nagel global logistics aerospace hubs. As of the start, the Kuehne + Nagel KN EngineChain hubs in Amsterdam, Singapore and Dubai will be operational.

    Customers will benefit from specialized engine warehousing facilities and the global 24/7 customer support of the KN EngineChain certified logistics staff.  Parties agreed to offer one-way pricing for engine stand logistics between the continents in order to provide the ultimate convenience for their customers. Live tracking of engine locations along with other operational data will also be provided regardless of engine type or destination of delivery.

    “We are very excited about this co-operation with Kuehne + Nagel”, says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. “For some time now we have been puzzled at the lack of customer-focused, quality standard, all incorporating engine logistics solution on the market. Rethinking the logistics and warehousing processes, engine stands lease and returns, IT and communication solutions, we are creating a solution which matches the customer needs, who move these valuable assets around the globe. At Magnetic MRO, we are happy to have found a like-mind global partner, Kuehne + Nagel and its industry award winning KN EngineChain solution to further develop this offering”.

    “We look forward to this cooperation with Magnetic MRO. We have discussed engine stand management challenges with leading parties in the aerospace industry. The visibility and availability of engine stands is a key industry issue” says Erik Goedhart, global head of aerospace and industrials at Kuehne + Nagel. “This cooperation will enable customers to align engine stand asset management and visibility with the technical status and actual asset value. As such, with Magnetic MRO this is a further innovation to our KN EngineChain solutions. It will result in reducing total asset management cost of our customers, and safeguard the quality support for these important efforts”

    Magnetic MRO and Kuehne + Nagel both will market this joint product to their respective customers, including airlines, MROs, leasing companies, OEMs and vendors. 


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    Magnetic MRO became National Champion in The European Business Awards

    2016.09.05

    MAGNETIC MRO FROM ESTONIA NAMED NATIONAL CHAMPION IN THE EUROPEAN BUSINESS AWARDS 2016/17

    Magnetic MRO has been named a National Champion for Estonia in The European Business Awards, sponsored by RSM; Europe’s largest business competition set up to celebrate business excellence and best practice in the European business community. 

    The Awards, now in its 10th year, is supported by business leaders, academics and political representatives from across Europe, and this year engaged with over 33,000 businesses from 34 countries.

    Magnetic MRO has been chosen after the first phase of judging by an independent panel. They were evaluated on the core EBA values of innovation, ethics and success and will now go through to the second stage of the competition, which includes a video and a public vote.

    “As Magnetic MRO, we are very proud to be selected as a National Champion representing Estonia in the 2016/17 European Business Awards.” says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. “The European Business Awards is widely recognised as the showcase for Europe’s most dynamic companies and we are very delighted to be recognised at this level, which represents that Magnetic MRO has been creating both business and customer value in every step it’s taken.”

    Adrian Tripp, CEO of the European Business Awards said: “Congratulations to Magnetic MRO who have been selected to represent their country as National Champions. They are central to the success of Europe’s strong business community, and have shown the core principles we look for of innovation, ethics and success.”

    For further information about the winners, visit http://www.businessawardseurope.com/national-champion/2016


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    MMRO opened a new warehouse in the UK.

    2016.08.02

    Magnetic MRO, Estonia headquartered Total Technical Care MRO organization, has opened a new warehouse in MAC Interiors – UK-based aircraft interiors specialists owned by Magnetic MRO; reflecting the continuous expansion of its business and the growing demand from customers.

    This new facility will allow Magnetic MRO to provide its customers inventory and product availability as well as short shipping times due to the locational advantage of MAC Interiors, which is located 15 minutes away from Gatwick International Airport.  

    Gatwick International Airport offers daily connections to critical locations of Magnetic MRO customer network, which will further improve response times for critical AOG deliveries.

    “This was a natural step for the company in respect to its international growth strategy outside of Tallinn home base” says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO, “The UK is seen as a logistical hub for our European and global customers in spare parts trading and other MRO services. Our expansion into aircraft part-out projects demands a dedicated, centrally located warehousing hub and Gatwick is a natural fit.”

    With this new warehouse location in the UK, Magnetic MRO is serving its customers from three European locations, with the plan to further increase this number globally.


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    Exclusive Partnership Agreement with Component OH Services in the USA

    2016.08.09

    Magnetic MRO, Estonia headquartered Total Technical Care MRO organization, has signed a long term exclusive partnership agreement with Component OH Services in the USA in order to provide landing gear overhaul and repair services for its customers in Europe, Africa, Russia and Asia.

    Component OH Services is a landing gear shop that Magnetic MRO has been using to overhaul landing gear sets from tear downs as well as its repair services for Magnetic MRO base maintenance customers. As a result of the company’s positive experience regarding the high quality, TAT and their process management, Magnetic MRO has decided to upgrade its existing relationship with Component OH Services into a long term partnership.

    Instead of investing in its own landing gear shop, Magnetic MRO followed a more synergic way of expanding its business and became exclusive partners with a highly professional team. “On account of their proper equipment and highly developed service process, we believe that this partnership will create additional values for both Magnetic MRO and its customers.” says Simona Verbienė, Head of Spare Parts in Magnetic MRO.

    “Magnetic MRO is perfectly matching Component OH Service’s needs.” says Julio Medina, General Manager of Component OH Service, “We want to grow together with Magnetic MRO in Europe, Africa, Russia and Asia. Through a wide capability for landing gear overhaul and repair for B737 classic and NG, B757, B767, B777, B747, A320 family, CRJ 200/700/900, C130 and MD80/90,  we should cover main needs of Magnetic MRO customers in the region. We trust that current partnership will bring a lot of value to end customers as we have developed efficient solutions and smart assets to landing gears management.”


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    Magnetic MRO Opens 5 New Outstations

    2016.07.12

    Magnetic MRO completed the launch of 5 new Line Maintenance outstations.

    As part of its international growth strategy outside of Tallinn home base, the company expanded its network of operations by adding Milan Malpensa, Vilnius, Copenhagen, Oulu, and Gällivare airports to its operations map.

    “Magnetic MRO long term strategy is to focus on new generation aircraft, which demand less Heavy Maintenance hangar work, more Line Maintenance work where the aircraft operate’’, says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. “This strategic imperative is behind the fast expansion of our Line Maintenance network across Europe and, in the near future, across other regions’’.

    Rauno Parras, Head of Line Maintenance at Magnetic MRO, commented: “We owe this exponential organic growth to the expanding operations of our satisfied line maintenance customers. I am glad that we are growing together with our customers into new locations, expanding geographies and customer base through recommendations. Our long term goal is to build a Top 3 network of independent line stations in Europe. This will enable us to be close to the customers, daily’’.

    Magnetic MRO operates under EASA and FAA certificates with local aviation authorities’ approvals in target non EU jurisdictions. The company continues to invest into new types of aircraft serviced as per customer requirements and demand in target Line Maintenance airports.

     


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    Magnetic MRO received PART 21J Design Organisation Approval

    2016.07.07

    Magnetic MRO has been approved by EASA as PART 21J Design Organisation that will allow company to design and approve minor changes and minor repairs to aircraft related to structures, installation of avionics, electrical systems and cabin interiors including galleys and other interiors equipment to small and large aeroplanes.

    Under PART 21J Design Organisation Approval Magnetic MRO has the privileges to approve minor changes to type-certificate design and as well approve minor repairs, to issue information or instructions, to approve minor revisions to the aircraft flight manual and supplements.

    Design Organisation Approval is a significant milestone for Magnetic MRO and complements the existing EASA Production Organization Approval Part 21G EE.21G.0001. With the addition of this new approval, Magnetic MRO is now able to develop, produce and certify all replacement parts or new products for aircraft Cabin reconfiguration and refurbishment within the company. The benefit of shortest possible lead times and full oversight, as well as reduced time loss for design process - from aircraft survey to installation, thereby meeting customer expectations under both heavy maintenance visits as well as ad-hoc projects.

    “Having a fast delivery time for cabin reconfiguration or refurbishment is a key for Magnetic MRO customers. So when producing new seat covers, curtains decals or introducing new LOPA layout the swift certification is vital element for us meeting and exceeding client objectives, even if they are made on the spot during the base maintenance visit.” said Andrius Norkevicius, Head of Engineering and Painting Services. “Our clients value Magnetic MRO ability to deliver integrated solution, like in addition to base maintenance visit to complete full aircraft painting and interior upgrade, but at the same time use cost efficient sourcing of alternative parts and in-house production – and deliver it with EASA approved Modification package.”

    Vytis Petrusevicius, Head of Design Organisation also commented: “This is excellent news for Magnetic MRO, as the DOA will extend our capability and simplify the route for certification approval. Historically we have had to use external DOA’s to complete the certification process on our behalf, but having DOA status will significantly extend our capabilities, reduce timescales and streamline the process, at the same time reducing budgets needed for the new avionics equipment installations, cabin re-arrangement or new livery introduction.

    Rather wide scope of the terms of Magnetic MRO approval will ensure no project under minor mod classification would be too difficult for us to achieve.”


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    Magnetic MRO launches Engine Stand Lease e-store enginestands24.com

    2016.06.29

    Magnetic MRO, a Total Technical Care aviation MRO company, launches a new specialized
    e-store for aircraft Engines Stands lease and trading.  EngineStands24.com offers 24/7 worldwide solution to secure immediate purchase or lease of required engine stands through fast and seamless transaction.

    This e-store was launched to save customers time and with automated order and payment processing orders can be made at any time and place.

    EngineStands24 offers variety of engine stands certified bases and cradles are provided for the most common engine types such as CFM56-3; CFM56-5A/5B; CFM56-7B and IAEV2500 to meet any requirements from AOG cases up to long-term lease or outright purchase. The product portfolio is continuously expanding.

    The stands are located in Magnetic MRO´s maintenance facilities in Tallinn, Estonia; warehouses in Shannon, Ireland and other global locations, and are available 24/7.


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    • Magnetic MRO signs exclusive Engine Stands distribution agreement with Rotafilo

    Magnetic MRO signs exclusive Engine Stands distribution agreement with Rotafilo

    2016.06.07

    Magnetic MRO and its newly launched project EngineStands24 signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Turkish engine stands and tooling manufacturer Rotafilo.


    The newly signed Distribution Agreement will enable Magnetic MRO to service its customers with quality engine stands and tools within short lead-time and a good price. Engine stands trading and leasing will be conducted through EngineStands24.com e-store platform, to be launched by Magnetic MRO by the end of this month. The improved customer service comes with a 2-year warranty-period and expanded service capabilities.

     

    Rotafilo has more than 25 years of experience in the aviation business along with ample technical expertise. The company specializes in aircraft engine MRO tooling, ground support equipment like engine stands, slings, engine washing machines and shipping-/ storage containers.


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    Magnetic MRO gains ASA100 Certificate

    2016.06.01

    In addition to EASA 145, FAA, EASA Part M, EASA PART 21 and EASA part 147, Magnetic MRO gained the ASA100 Certificate on May 23rd.

     

    “Magnetic MRO is well recognized as an MRO organization in the aviation market. As we continue to do more tear down projects and keep building a stock of Boeing and Airbus components for trading purposes – we also need certificates to help us be recognized as suppliers.” – Simona Verbiene, Head of Spare Parts Department.

     

    “ASA100 will also cover our engine parts trading activity, and will ensure we continue to provide and aim for the highest quality standards within the industry. Throughout 2016, as we continue to teardown more engine assets, having successfully been accredited ASA100, will allow us to ensure that we exceed our customers requirements and expectations.” – David Bradley, Engine Management Department Sales Director.

     


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    Magnetic MRO Acquired MAC Interiors

    2016.02.09

    Magnetic MRO, Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization, completed acquisition of MAC Interiors (www.macinteriors.com), a UK based aircraft Interiors production and Engineering company.

    Aircraft modifications, interior upgrades and retrofitting are expected to outgrow the general pace of development of the global MRO industry. Thus acquisition of MAC Interiors is a strategic step for Magnetic MRO in building its presence in this fast developing segment of premium MRO services. With more than 50 years of trading history, MAC Interiors operates under EASA Part 21J, Part 21G, Part 145 certificates, and owns STC rights to a number of completed aircraft interior projects.

    “Magnetic MRO is determined to be the industry leader in offering efficient and customized Total Technical Care products and services to airlines and aviation asset owners’’, says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. “We see major opportunities in premium know how MRO services, such as Design, Certification, Interior parts Production and Engineering. Thus we are very excited with the acquisition of MAC Interiors, a company with professional experienced team, long and impressive history, and a pipeline of ongoing projects with Tier A customers, including OEMs. Our plan is to develop MAC Interiors into one stop independent interiors center for Airlines, Asset Owners, and OEMs’’.

    Over the last 18 months Magnetic MRO expanded into full aircraft painting, engines on wing and off wing services, components solutions, and other areas of MRO activities. The newly acquired Interiors business accelerates the overall goal of being a natural first choice for Total Technical Care solutions for Airlines, Asset Owners, and OEMs. In addition to the strategic fit, it also expands Magnetic MRO presence in the UK market, which is strategically important for access to customers, aviation specialists, efficient warehousing, and logistics services.


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    Magnetic MRO to Launch a New Dedicated Painting Hangar in Tallinn Airport

    2015.12.21

    Magnetic MRO, a total technical care provider headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia is to launch its second painting hangar in 2017.

    The new dedicated painting hangar will be built in co-operation with Tallinn Airport, in response to growing demand for painting services from Magnetic MRO customers.

    A Letter of Intent has been signed and preparations have started to build the 2000 square-meter hangar with further expansion possibilities.

    The new hangar will be capable of housing aircraft in size up to Boeing 737MAX9 and Airbus 321neo, as well as regional aircraft. Equipped with an overhead crane for lifting aircraft engines, the hangar will be suitable for both painting and ad-hock maintenance activities. Much like the existing painting facility, the new hangar will have a Spraybooth Technology Limited (STL) system.

    To ensure the highest level of service quality, painting equipment will include Sherwin-Williams, AkzoNobel, PPG and Mankiewicz systems. Scaffolding solutions are designed by Lahyer and are equipped with lighting to enable the best painting conditions possible.

    According to the agreement, the hangar is planned to be finalized and ready for use by June 1st, 2017.


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    Magnetic MRO to Attend Youth Information Fair TEEVIIT

    2015.12.03

    As in previous years, Magnetic MRO will take part of TEEVIIT, which is the biggest information fair for high school and university students in Estonia. Our goal is to find potential employees and aviation professionals from Estonia. At this exhibition, students have the chance broaden their horizons regarding their professional future and possibly find a suitable university or employer.

    To strengthen our position, we have once again teamed up with EAVA (Estonian Aviation Academy), who is looking for future aviation professionals. The exhibition takes place on December 4th-5th at the Estonian Fairs’ Center (Eesti Näituste Messikeskus).

     


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    Magnetic MRO received FAA certificate for its MRO operations

    2015.11.17

    Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com), Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization, received Repair Station certificate from US Federal Aviation Administration, covering full scope of Magnetic MRO activities.

     

    The company has become the first FAA certified Repair Station in the Baltic States, marking an important milestone in the development of the MRO industry in the region. The received certificate enables Magnetic MRO to issue dual release, EASA and FAA, certificates on its Line, Base, Components, and Engines Part 145 activities.

     

    “Magnetic MRO is determined to be the industry leader in offering efficient and customized Total Technical Care products and services to airlines and aviation asset owners’’, says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. ‘’The FAA certification opens a new range of opportunities for our company in Airframe, Engines, and Components business areas. It comes well in time, together with the expansion of Magnetic MRO capabilities into these MRO areas, enabling us to offer end-to-end support for Aircraft Leasing Companies and US-based Operators. We see this as another important milestone in the path of our growth and development’’.

     

    Over the last 12 months Magnetic MRO has expanded into full aircraft painting, engines on-wing and off-wing services, components solutions, and other areas of MRO activities. The newly added FAA certificate makes Magnetic MRO a natural first choice for Total Technical Care solutions. Both for aviation Asset Owners and Leasing Companies as a transition point for assets between lessees. It will also boost Magnetic MRO’s active aircraft tear-down and component repair businesses, with dual release certificates available for the aforementioned activities.


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    Magnetic MRO Establishes Office in London, UK

    2015.09.22

    Total Technical Care MRO organization Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com) establishes sales and engineering office in London, United Kingdom.

    The new office, located in Kensington, will be operational from October 1st, 2015, hosting Magnetic MRO sales and engineering teams in one centralized London location.

    ‘Magnetic MRO is growing rapidly together with a number of Western European operators, thus we consider it key to be closer to our customers in their home markets’, says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. ‘Our new London office is the first step in expanding Magnetic MRO operations in the UK, with planned warehouses and MRO activities to follow in the near future. These steps will enable Magnetic MRO to be more agile, flexible, and focused on Western European operators in their respective markets. At the same time, local presence will give our company a unique chance to tap into a strong pool of UK aviation professionals’.


    Driven by rapid organic growth and acquisitions, Magnetic MRO is offering a suite of total technical care outsourcing solutions for airlines and asset owners. The range of services offered to UK and other Western European customers include Line and Base Maintenance, Components PBH programs, end-to-end Engines Fleet Management, Asset Management, Engineering, and Aircraft Painting services. The company partners with Austrian Airlines, SAS, Finnair, AirBaltic, Thomas Cook, Easyjet, and a range of other Western European operators.

     


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    • Magnetic MRO Introduces High Pressure Compressor Blades Blend Repair Services for CFM56 Family Engines

    Magnetic MRO Introduces High Pressure Compressor Blades Blend Repair Services for CFM56 Family Engines

    2015.08.18

    Total Technical Care provider Magnetic MRO (www.magneticmro.com) based in Tallinn, Estonia launches High Pressure Compressor (HPC) Blades Boroblend Repair Service for CFM56-3, -5A,-5B and -7B Engines.

    With the addition of HPC Blend Repair Capability, Magnetic MRO will be able to assist in AOG situations caused by FOD and be a very cost-effective solution for aircraft owners and airlines. The aforementioned service is performed on-wing and does not require engine removal or disassembly - access to the damaged blade is gained via regular borescope inspection ports.

    On-site High Pressure Blade Blend repair advantages:
    - speeds up engine serviceability
    - shortens ground time – aircraft can be restored during the overnight stop
    - cuts down engine operation costs dramatically UER (un-scheduled engine removal) can be avoided
    - helps to create a prevention scheme by stopping crack propagation

    On-Wing Support Engineers are available to perform the repair at customer’s location or home base on very short notice. „Magnetic MRO is constantly working on capability expansion along with expertise growth to offer customers a wider scope of Engine maintenance solutions“, says Ramil Sharov, Engine Line Maintenance Manager at Magnetic MRO.


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    Magnetic MRO signs first Power-By-the-Hour contract

    2015.08.04

    Magnetic MRO (MMRO), a total technical care organization headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, has taken an organic step forward in daily customer support by moving to power-by-the-hour (PBH) components solutions.

    The first comprehensive PBH contract was signed on June 1st to support the growing fleet of Boeing aircraft operated by Grand Cru Airlines. Having a 24/7 AOG support team and component stock located at customer base will ensure the high level of service required.

    “Provision of Power by the Hour components services is another step forward for Magnetic MRO in establishing itself as a total technical care MRO organization. We are looking forward to further developing our PBH solutions and expanding customer list with operators of Boeing, Airbus, and other types of aircraft” says Simona Verbiene, Head of Spare Parts department at Magnetic MRO.

    “Grand Cru Airlines operations have been supported by Magnetic MRO through base maintenance, components, engineering, and other services. As the company provided numerous assistance in non-standard situations and proved their abilities to handle component-related AOG situations properly, we naturally picked Magnetic MRO as our partner to provide PBH services. The contract has already been effective for a few months and we are very happy with the quality of PBH services provided by the highly skilled Magnetic MRO team” says Valdas Barakauskas, CEO of Grand Cru Airlines.


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    Magnetic MRO Opens Painting Hangar

    2015.07.22

    Total technical care organization Magnetic MRO (MMRO) enlarged its services portfolio by opening full aircraft painting capability in their Tallinn headquarters. MMRO commenced its first painting project already in July, with painting slots reservation open for the winter maintenance season.

    The hangar has the capability to offer services to all narrow-body aircraft including Airbus A320 family, Boeing 737 CL/NG, Embraer ERJ, Bombardier CRJ, ATRs and others. In the near future capabilities will broaden to high quality, high gloss special painting for business jets and small aircraft painting services.

    MMRO’s 2725 sq.m. facility is equipped with the latest electrostatic spray, ventilation systems as well as LED lighting systems. The Sherwin-Williams painting system from USA will be a preferred choice, but appliances from other manufacturers will be included to meet all customers’ requirements. 

    The equipment was installed in co-operation with partner Spraybooth Technology Limited (STL) from the UK. With strict environmental requirements in mind, MMRO has received national environmental permit and will ensure the painting services comply with the requirements of ISO 14001 and all the relevant environmental legislations, including Environmental Protection Act 1995 and Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999.

    "Introducing painting services in our Tallinn facilities, we strive for the highest level of client satisfaction by delivering the highest quality of painting services on competitive budgets, not to mention our flexibility concerning aircraft accomodation and TAT upon clients' needs", says Andrius Norkevicius, COO of Engineering Services at Magnetic MRO. "We were able to achieve such competitive offerings to our clients by combining a team of internationally experienced managers, engineers and painters with local workforce."‎

    Painting services bring added value to the organization's total technical care concept. Customers will benefit from on-site and in-house base and line maintenance, structures and composites workshops, non-destructive testing, placards and decals design and production, 24/7 spare parts management.


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    Magnetic MRO introduces 3D printing into aircraft parts production process

    2015.05.06

    In close co-operation with university partners and 3D software developers, Magnetic MRO (MMRO) has successfully finished 3D printing of their first prototypes of aircraft interior parts.

    The successful testing process proved that the selected 3D printing software and hardware are well-tailored to be used for producing certified products for aviation, which will add significant value to Magnetic MRO customers, as combined with the organization’s Part-21 production capability.

    “Magnetic MRO is determined to be the industry leader in offering efficient and customized Total Technical Care products and services to airlines and aviation asset owners’’, says Risto Mäeots, COO of Magnetic MRO. “We strongly believe that 3D printing will help reduce inefficiencies existing in production cycles for certain groups of aircraft parts globally. Having started with interior parts, we are also evaluating 3D printing benefits for other in-house capabilities, such as structural engineering/sheet metal templates, OEM prototyping, and others. Metal printing is also the natural next technological step which we will take over the next 18 months”.

    3D printing is one of a few strategic initiatives tailored to differentiate Magnetic MRO offerings on the aviation market, adding immediate tangible benefits for the customers reduced TATs and improved reliability.


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    Magnetic MRO gained Part M Subpart G certificate

    2015.04.23

    Magnetic MRO, a Total Technical Care MRO organization based in Tallinn, Estonia, completed acquisition of Part M Subpart G certificate, which initially covers Airbus 320 family and Boeing 737 family aircraft. The granted certificate expands Magnetic MRO Engineering offering into a full range of CAMO services for airlines and asset owners, which include:

    • Continuing Airworthiness Management
    • Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARCs) issue and renewal
    • Aircraft maintenance program development
    • Technical records management and scanning
    • Airworthiness Directive (AD) and Service Bulletin (SB) reviews
    • Aircraft damage assessment and mapping
    • Reliability monitoring
    • Production of maintenance work packages
    • Maintenance provider audits

    Magnetic MRO Engineering has provided sub-contracted CAMO services for more than 10 years to date for a number of airlines in the region.

    With the addition of the Part M certificate, Magnetic MRO Engineering will be able to assist airline start-ups, mid-range operators, and be a cost-effective solution for aircraft owners and leasing companies. New and existing service are driven by a state-of-the art Maintenance Information System to manage main statuses and records with 24/7 online access from any location worldwide.


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    Magnetic MRO starts Engine Stand Lease service

    2015.03.11

    Newly added Engine Stand Lease service enables Magnetic MRO to offer a reliable worldwide solution for aircraft engine transportation.

    Variety of transportation engine stands, certified bases and cradles are provided for the most common engine types such as CFM56-3; CFM56-5A/5B; CFM56-7B and IAEV2500 to meet any requirements from AOG cases up to long term lease or outright purchase. Supported type capability is continuously expanding.

    Magnetic MRO offers tailored stand lease packages to provide the best solution based on the individual requirement. The stands are located in Magnetic MRO´s maintenance facilities in Tallinn, Estonia; warehouses in Shannon, Ireland and other European locations, and are available 24/7.

    Magnetic MRO Engine Stand Lease service is a solution for aviation organizations as well as transportation companies and can be utilized for engine repair shop visits; loan engine or repair engine transportation; engine change, tear down or storage; engine drop requirement during C-Checks.

    For more information, please contact standlease@magneticmro.com

     

     


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    Magnetic MRO expands into Asset Management services with A321 part-out

    2015.03.04

    The purchase, conducted on behalf of private investors, is the start of Asset Management practice at Magnetic MRO, which offers comprehensive turn-key value creation services for aviation investors. The services cover asset acquisitions, lease management, lease transitions, green life rebuild, and end-of-life management solutions for aircrafts and engines.

    ‘This is an important step in positioning Magnetic MRO as a trusted partner to aviation asset owners. By adding Magnetic MRO know-how in deal origination, acquisitions, lease management, transitions, part-outs, we create value in every step of economic life cycle of aviation asset on behalf of the asset owners’, says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. ‘This year alone we have a number of A320 and B737NG asset management projects to be completed, which will deliver value to their original investors, as well as complement Magnetic MRO traditional MRO services’.

    The acquired A321 will be parted out in the United States, with warehousing, trading, and exchange management out of Magnetic MRO European locations, supported by 24/7 AOG team. A selected list of parts will be used to expand existing stock in support of comprehensive fleet-wide component programs for Magnetic MRO customers.


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    Nominate Magnetic MRO as the Best Airframe MRO

    2015.02.13

    We are proud to announce, Magnetic MRO is nominated for 2015 ATE&M Awards as Best Airframe MRO!

    Help us win the title and prove we truly are known for what we stand for!  Vote here.


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    Magnetic MRO introduces additional NDT method capabilities

    2015.01.19

    Magnetic MRO is proud to announce the expansion of its Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) capabilities - our inspectors, from now on, have the approval to perform Thermography Inspections and Phased Array Ultrasonic Inspections.

    These two NDT methods will add up to already existing capabilities on our approval list which are: Dye Penetrant, Eddy Current, Magnetic Particle and Ultrasonic testing (Phased Array is an advanced method of the Ultrasonic testing).

    From the service standpoint, these new methods will enable us to offer higher service level and react quickly to any arising need during the aircraft maintenance visits as we do not have to rely on assistance of the third party service providers.

    Introducing the new techniques required some investments and training, equipment to provide both methods were purchased from the high-quality suppliers of the NDT industry.

    “We really see a great need for this capability expansion”, says Risto Mäeots, COO of Magnetic MRO. ”There are new and advanced materials being introduced in the aviation industry, which demands scientists and manufacturers to develop modern technologies for the inspections – all in the name of keeping the aircraft safe and airworthy. Our initial base maintenance load for Thermography and Phased Array Inspections will come from Airbus 320 family aircrafts, but these methods are becoming more widely used also on Boeing family aircrafts.“


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    Magnetic MRO launches full Aircraft Painting services in May 2015

    2015.01.13

    Magnetic MRO today announced the start of its final preparations to offer full aircraft Painting Services in Tallinn, Estonia by May this year.

    “Painting services capability has been an eagerly anticipated service by our Customers”, says Andrius Norkevičius, COO of Engineering Services, Magnetic MRO. “We now have strong partners from UK, Spraybooth Technology Ltd (STL) and Paint Services Group Ltd (PSG), guaranteeing rapid project deployment and confidence to perform our first full painting project in May 2015. Magnetic MRO´s focus is to provide the highest quality repainting services to our customers, offering painting materials and technology of different producers and solution providers. Non-chrome and chrome systems will both be available to match the needs and requirements of either 30 year-old aircraft or those of the latest generation.”

    Whether stripping or sanding the old paint or applying the finish coatings, with strict environmental requirements in mind, Magnetic MRO will ensure the painting services comply with the requirements of ISO 14001 and all the relevant environmental legislations, including Environmental Protection Act 1995 and Pollution Prevention and Control Act 1999.

    Based on Magnetic MRO´s extensive maintenance experience of older type aircraft, exterior preparation and stripping to bare metal or heavy sanding, corrosion removal and treatment, as well as resealing of all production joints, painting projects will be performed to the highest standards to ensure long and durable finish will remain intact for years of aircraft operations.

    Comprehensive additional on-site services in Tallinn, Estonia, include pre-flight and bare metal skin inspection, rudder rebalance, aircraft weight and balance updates, line maintenance daily checks assistance or aircraft storage and release to service certification.

    Integrating Painting Services to the capability listing of Magnetic MRO will strengthen the company´s position as a Total Technical Care Partner for airlines and asset owners, as well as bring opportunities for synergistic Part 21 G&J projects – producing and certifying of aircraft livery, technical markings or decals, and interior refurbishment services for redelivered aircraft.


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    Facebook contest

    2014.12.08

    Win a unique prize – facility tour in our hangars for you and your 3 friends! We will show you the secrets of airplanes! Send us a picture to prove you are crazy about aviation- your plane collection, pajama, tattoo or whatever. Be creative!
    Author of the picture that gets most likes will be the winner. Please send your photo to katre.loos@magneticmro.com before 18th of December.
    Check the special gallery and vote for your favorite picture on our FB profile! Winner will be announced on 22nd of December.


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    • Magnetic MRO launched Engine On-Wing Maintenance and LRU/QEC support Services

    Magnetic MRO launched Engine On-Wing Maintenance and LRU/QEC support Services

    2014.12.03

    Magnetic MRO today announced the launch of its Engine On-Wing Maintenance unit as part of the strategy to offer Total Technical Care MRO services.

    Comprehensive Engine On-Wing Services will cover a wide range of engine line maintenance, as well as extensive LRU/QEC component support programs. The services are aimed to support customers in reducing unplanned engine removals due to foreign object damages, bird strikes, or other unscheduled events, thus improving efficiency and predictability of engine operations.

    `Magnetic MRO is pleased to add additional service capability and now offer full scope of Engine Management solutions, ` said Ramil Sharov, Engine Line Maintenance Manager. `Our engine On-Wing maintenance solutions offer shorter turn-around time, minimized impact on aircraft operations and reduced expenses on engine shipping and lease.

    Magnetic MRO´s comprehensive LRU/QEC programs include up to Power by the Hour support for engine components, providing predictability and peace of mind to our customers on potential and future expenses, as well as reducing the risks of engine-related AOG situations`.

    Engine line maintenance team is available to offer AOG rapid response support on customer's site, at Magnetic MRO hangars in Tallinn, or by remote means, to reduce aircraft downtime and costs, while ensuring the maintenance actions taken are in compliance with national and international requirements.

    AMM covered tasks are performed within the scope of EASA Part145 Certificate, capability includes all commonly used engine types such as CFM56-3; CFM56-5A; CFM56-5B; CFM56-7B and IAE V2500.

    Detailed scope of On-Wing services includes Inspection and analysis of Engine condition after FOD ingestion, Bird Strike, in-flight shutdown, over temperature or wind milling; Work scoping of maintenance actions; On-site video borescope inspection and damage analysis; On-site engine replacement; On-Wing Engine preservation on CFM56-3, CFM56-5A,-5B and CFM56-7B; QEC Strip and Buildup; Engine LRUs Replacement; On-Wing Repairs such as Fan Blades Replacement and Fan Frame Abradable Shroud Local Reconditioning on CFM56-7 series; Engine Inventory; etc.

    With the launch of Engine On-Wing and LRU/QEC services, Magnetic MRO completed its strategic expansion of engine related offerings, which also cover Engine Fleet Management; Engine Overhauls; Engine Trading, Leasing, and Consulting.


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    • SmartLynx Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    SmartLynx Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    2014.11.05

    Magnetic MRO and SmartLynx Airlines are expanding their long term cooperation by signing the agreement, under which Magnetic MRO will execute a number of heavy maintenance events for the airline during the upcoming winter season.

    Under the newly signed agreement, SmartLynx Airlines fleet of Airbus 320-200 aircraft will go through heavy maintenance in Magnetic MRO hangars in Tallinn, Estonia. The C-Checks will be performed during layover from November 2014 to February 2015.

    Magnetic MRO specializes in providing Total Technical Care, including heavy maintenance for narrow body commercial aircraft, as well as component maintenance, spare parts supply, engineering and other services enabling full support during the C-Checks and less down time for maintenance.

    Sergei Shkolnik, Base Maintenance Director of Magnetic MRO: ´We are very happy to have SmartLynx Airlines aircrafts for heavy maintenance program in our facilities. SmartLynx was the very first Magnetic MRO (then Air Maintenance Estonia) client with A320 aircraft and the good and fruitful cooperation between our companies is continuing with the C-Checks during the upcoming winter season.´

    SmartLynx Airlines is an airline based in Riga, Latvia. SmartLynx specializes in wet lease services and provides full charter operation for its home markets of Latvia and Estonia, predominantly in the leisure market.


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    • Austrian Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    Austrian Airlines selects Magnetic MRO for base maintenance support during winter season of 2014/2015

    2014.10.22

    Magnetic MRO Base Maintenance Director Sergei Shkolnik: ´We are delighted that once again Austrian Airlines, the airline recognized by passengers and partners for its quality, has chosen Magnetic MRO as its Heavy Maintenance partner. Magnetic MRO, then Air Maintenance Estonia, started providing Austrian with airframe base maintenance services back in 2005. Since then numerous C-Checks have been performed on Austrian B737 NG fleet and now Magnetic MRO is delighted to service Austrian fleet of A320 Family aircraft. During the upcoming season, Magnetic MRO will perform a series of C-Checks which contain large structural inspections, landing gear changes and service bulletin embodiment.´

    Under the new agreement, Magnetic MRO will take care of Austrian Airlines fleet of A320 aircraft during a nose-to-tail maintenance program from December 2014 until March 2015 in its facilities in Tallinn, Estonia. Each check with its defined ground time is unique due to different aircraft type, age and modification package added. Checks range from line to heavy maintenance events with combination of structure tasks and landing gear replacements. Subject to availability and approval of the modifications, a number of aircrafts will undergo light cabin refurbishment such as installation of new class divider systems, or In-Flight Entertainment systems.

    Thomas Schmid, MRO Management, Department Engineering, Austrian Airlines explains the decision: ´We chose Magnetic MRO as our maintenance provider because of excellent relationship that goes back for a long time already. Austrian Airlines and Magnetic MRO have same demands on quality. At the same time, Magnetic MRO has a fair market value and TAT, provides high flexibility, state of the art maintenance facilities, highly skilled, friendly and motivated workforce and has during our cooperation proven to be a reliable and experienced partner with a focus on the customer.


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    Our website now is also in mobile

    2014.09.30

    Due to responsive design Magnetic MRO website is available in these device categories - desktop, tablet and mobile.


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    Magnetic MRO launches Engine Management services

    2014.09.24

    Magnetic MRO Engines Solutions are tailored for airlines and asset owners, searching for long term comprehensive and predictable technical solutions for their engines fleet. Customer-focused services include: Action-oriented Engine fleet analysis; Maintenance Planning; Technical Consultancy before, during and after maintenance events; Asset Management and documentation control; On-wing support; Turnkey Engine Overhauls; Material management support.

    Magnetic MRO supports all of the most popular engine types, particularly CFM 56 family, V25 family, CF34 family, CF6 family, etc.

    ‘We are excited to launch Magnetic MRO Engine Management solutions, as part of a wider Total Technical Care strategy’, says Filip Stanisic, Head of Engine Management Department. ‘This decision was made in response to a clear market demand for transparent, cost efficient engine solutions with a dose of challenge to incumbent industry formulas. We have been very pleased with the positive response from key airlines and asset owners to the no-nonsense approach to Engine Management offered by Magnetic MRO’.

    As part of the comprehensive Engine Management solutions, Magnetic MRO also offers engine assets to support lease, exchange and AOG requirements for its customers.


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    • Air Maintenance Estonia rebrands to Magnetic MRO‎ as part of its new strategy

    Air Maintenance Estonia rebrands to Magnetic MRO‎ as part of its new strategy

    2014.09.15

    Air Maintenance Estonia (AME) - Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia, is rebranded to Magnetic MRO, effective from 15th of September 2014. ‎

    Magnetic MRO starts fresh with the new strategy to provide Total Technical Care MRO solutions for airlines, asset owners and distribution partners, develop a wide range of MRO services and capabilities, and expand operational geographies.‎

    'We are excited to announce our new company name, Magnetic MRO. It is a symbol of the new fresh start for our organization, and a firm step towards execution of ambitious goals to place Magnetic MRO firmly among global MRO players', says Jonas Butautis, CEO of Magnetic MRO. 'We look forward to partnering with operators, asset owners, OEMs, and other aviation community members in adding value to their operations through Total Technical Care solutions. It is our team's long term objective to associate Magnetic MRO brand DNA with quality, trust, true customer focus, and positive, fun spirit among our aviation customers and partners'.

    Magnetic MRO is expanding its existing Heavy and Line Maintenance capabilities by adding comprehensive Components, Engines, and Engineering solutions to form a Total Technical Care suite of services for its customers. The company also plans to enter new markets and operational geographies as part of its new business strategy.


    About Magnetic MRO

    Magnetic MRO is an EASA certified Total Technical Care organization headquartered in Tallinn, Estonia. The company operates under EASA Part 145 and Part 21 certificates with 5 narrow body bays heavy and line maintenance hangars in Tallinn, Estonia, warehouses in Shannon, Ireland and multiple operating offices across Europe.


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    Air Maintenance Estonia opens the Escape Slide Overhaul workshop

    2014.09.12

    September is the second birthday of Air Maintenance Estonia´s new facility. This important event will now have an addition- our expanding organization will be opening escape slide overhaul workshop. The workshop is designed for Goodrich and Zodiac escape slides overhaul at its Tallinn facilities.

    Escape Slide workshop is the latest addition to wide range of repair capabilities in AME. New escape slides workshop will start to operate with capabilities for B737CL/NG and A320 Family aircraft. This is the first step in launching escape slide overhaul service under organization`s existing ATA- 25 approval. Capability additions for Boeing 757/767 and Airbus 330/340 will be followed.

    To ease the decision process for an airline, the service has been built on all the important aspects: quality, turnaround time, attractive pricing and warranty terms.

    About Air Maintenance Estonia:

    Air Maintenance Estonia AS (AME) is Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Organization, located in Tallinn, capital of Estonia. With 250 employees, AME is a flexible and reasonably priced MRO in Scandinavian and European market. Since 2010 AME is fully owned by BaltCap, the leading dedicated private equity and venture capital investor in the Baltic States.

    AME offers aircraft maintenance services ranging from Line to Base maintenance activities on Airbus 320 and Boeing 737 (both Classic and NG), component maintenance, engine management, engineering, and asset management services.


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    Airbus A320 Family Training Courses


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    Technical Training


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    Part M, Part 145 training courses


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    Engine stand lease


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    Escape slides


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    Manufacturing Repair Maintenance


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    Landing gear solution


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    NORDICA Medium livery for CRJ 700 ES-ACE

    2016.06.16

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    Magnetic MRO virtual tour

    2015.04.14

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    Our state-of-the-art facility in Tallinn!

    2016.02.18

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    Boeing 737CL


    Boeing 737CL (CFM56 engines) B1 theoretical training

    Duration

    27 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025


     

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56 engines) B1 practical training

    Duration

    10 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56) B1 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56 engines) B2 theoretical training

    Duration

    23 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56 engines) B2 practical training

    Duration

    10 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56) B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56 engines) B1&B2 theoretical training

    Duration

    28 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56 engines) B1&B2 practical training

    Duration

    15 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56) B1&B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737CL On-the-Job Training (OJT)

    Duration

    4 months

    Dates/Location

    On request / Tallinn, Estonia

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-300/400/500

    Course outline

    OJT - “On-the-Job Training” (Appendix III to EASA Part-66, Section 6) is the next required step for the first aircraft type rating.

    Magnetic MRO has developed OJT program covers a cross section of tasks acceptable to EASA working environment. It gives hands-on experience working experience on the aircraft and its systems.

    During OJT, all sort of tasks are performed, from relatively simple to complex maintenance actions, in accordance with the maintenance program.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737CL (CFM56) B1&B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system components (LOC)

    Perform normal operation of aircraft systems and sub-systems (FOT)

    Perform the servicing

    Perform system functional tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests (FOT)

    Carry out routine thorough visual checks (TVC)

    Describe component removal / installation procedures (RIA), unique to the aircraft type

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)

    Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025


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    Boeing 737NG


    Boeing 737NG (CFM56 engines) B1 theoretical training

     

    Duration

    28 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56 engines) B1 practical training

     

    Duration

    10 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56) B1 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56 engines) B2 theoretical training

     

    Duration

    23 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56 engines) B2 practical training

     

    Duration

    10 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56) B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56 engines) B1&B2 theoretical training

     

    Duration

    29 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56 engines) B1&B2 practical training

    Duration

    15 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 CFM56 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737NG (CFM56) B1&B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Boeing 737NG On-the-Job Training (OJT)

     

    Duration

    4 months

    Dates/Location

    On request / Tallinn, Estonia

    Aircraft type

    Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

    Course outline

    OJT - “On-the-Job Training” (Appendix III to EASA Part-66, Section 6) is the next required step for the first aircraft type rating.

    Magnetic MRO has developed OJT program covers a cross section of tasks acceptable to EASA working environment. It gives hands-on experience working experience on the aircraft and its systems.

    During OJT, all sort of tasks are performed, from relatively simple to complex maintenance actions, in accordance with the maintenance program.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance

    Prerequisites

    Boeing 737NG theoretical and practical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system components (LOC)

    Perform normal operation of aircraft systems and sub-systems (FOT)

    Perform the servicing

    Perform system functional tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests (FOT)

    Carry out routine thorough visual checks (TVC)

    Describe component removal / installation procedures (RIA), unique to the aircraft type

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)

    Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025


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    Airbus A320 family


    Airbus A320 family (CFM56/V2500 engines) B1 theoretical training

     

    Duration

    35 days

    Dates/Location

    9th January 2017 to 3rd March 2017, Tallinn

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Airbus A320 family (CFM56/V2500 engines) B1 practical training

     

    Duration

    10 days

    Dates/Location

     4th March 2017 to 15th March 2017, Tallinn

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Airbus A320 (CFM56/V2500) B1 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Airbus A320 family (CFM56/V2500 engines) B2 theoretical training

     

    Duration

    33 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Airbus A320 family (CFM56/V2500 engines) B2 practical training

     

    Duration

    10 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Airbus A320 (CFM56/V2500) B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Airbus A320 family (CFM56/V2500 engines) B1&B2 theoretical training

     

    Duration

    40 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions, closed materials

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

     

    Airbus A320 family (CFM56/V2500 engines) B1&B2 practical training

     

    Duration

    15 days

    Dates/Location

     

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    Course corresponds to the related theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Prerequisites

    Airbus A320 (CFM56/V2500) B1&B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Perform inspections

    Perform servicing

    Perform system operational and functional tests

    Perform rigging and adjustment

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL

    Awareness of special test equipment and tooling

    Describe component installation and removal procedures

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     

     

    Airbus A320 family On-the-Job Training (OJT)

     

    Duration

    4 months

    Dates/Location

    On request / Tallinn, Estonia 

    Aircraft type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 CFM56/V2500 engine

    Course outline

    OJT - “On-the-Job Training” (Appendix III to EASA Part-66, Section 6) is the next required step for the first aircraft type rating.

    Magnetic MRO has developed OJT program covers a cross section of tasks acceptable to EASA working environment. It gives hands-on experience working experience on the aircraft and its systems.

    During OJT, all sort of tasks are performed, from relatively simple to complex maintenance actions, in accordance with the maintenance program.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance

    Prerequisites

    Airbus A320 (CFM56/V2500) theoretical and practical training, basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Objectives

    Apply the relevant safety precautions

    Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation

    Name, identify and locate aircraft system components (LOC)

    Perform normal operation of aircraft systems and sub-systems (FOT)

    Perform the servicing

    Perform system functional tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests (FOT)

    Carry out routine thorough visual checks (TVC)

    Describe component removal / installation procedures (RIA), unique to the aircraft type

    Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)

    Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     


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    Fuel tank safety training


    Fuel tank safety training

    Duration

    1 day

    Training type

    Online

    Course outline

    Overview of regulations

    History on Fuel Tank incidents.

    Description of theoretical and practical background of elements involved, which lead to these incidents.

    Detailed description of the concept of the Fuel Tank Safety Limitation and Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations.

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Standard

    EASA AMC 145.A.30 (e) and 145.B.10 (3)

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Computer or any other device connected to internet

    Objectives

    Knowledge of history of fuel tank accidents

    Knowledge of regulations

    Perform tank inspection

    Time and cost savings compared to classroom training

    Completion standard

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025


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    Maintenance Human Factors training


     

    Duration

    1 day

    Training type

    Online/classroom

    Course outline

    Human error

    Situational awareness

    Motivation

    Error Reduction and Prevention Strategies

    Safety cultures

    The dirty dozen

    Human performance and limitations

    Factors affecting performance

    Fatigue and shift work

    Effective teams

    Communication

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Standard

    EASA Part 145 A.30 (e)

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Computer or any other device connected to internet

    Objectives

    Correctly identify different types of wire

    Wire damage inspection and repairs

    Reduce delays due to wiring incidents

    Time and cost savings compared to classroom training

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Online training: Multiple choice questions

    Classroom training: No examination

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     


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    Electrical Wiring Interconnection System online training


     

    Duration

    1 day

    Training type

    Online

    Course outline

    Overview of regulations

    Documentation

    Wires and Cables

    General EWIS practices

    Connection devices and repairs

    Housekeeping

    Target group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

    Standard

    EASA AMC 20-22

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Computer or any other device connected to internet

    Objectives

    Correctly identify different types of wire

    Wire damage inspection and repairs

    Reduce delays due to wiring incidents

    Time and cost savings compared to classroom training

    Completion standard

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Multiple choice questions

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025

     


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    Borescope training for CFM 56 and V2500 engines


    Duration

    3 days

    Training type

    Online/classroom

    Course outline

    Build-up of engine

    Compressor/turbine stages and components which can be inspected by borescope inspection

    Explanation and handling of borescope equipment

    Borescope ports to gain access to the necessary inspection areas

    Safety requirements and temperature limitations for borescope inspections

    Damage limits for relevant engine parts

    Borescope inspection tasks on aircraft engines and interpretation of findings using the Maintenance/Shop Manuals

    Recording the relevant data by use of record sheets and photographic/videoscopic equipment

    Innovations or relevant modifications in borescope inspection procedures

    Performance of these new and/or modified borescope inspection tasks

    Target group

    Aircraft inspectors, certifying staff, engineering and overhaul staff, aircraft maintenance staff

    Standard

    ATA 104 and SAE BI

    Prerequisites

    Basic English, aviation related technical vocabulary

    Computer or any other device connected to internet

    Objectives

    Conduct inspections according to manufactures requirements

    Completion standard

    Minimum participation: 90%

    Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

    Examination

    Practical assessment

    Contact details

    technicaltraining@magneticmro.com
    Course Info: +372 6401 119 - Course Sales: +372 5297 025