StandardAero’s Facility Delivers its 12,000th APU

StandardAero’s Facility Delivers its 12,000th APU
Maryville, Tennessee facility has completed and delivered its 12,000th auxiliary power unit (APU) repair.

StandardAero, a leading provider of aviation services including engine and component maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), announced that its Maryville, Tennessee facility has completed and delivered its 12,000th auxiliary power unit (APU) repair.  The Maryville facility has been trusted to provide reliable, cost-effective APU services by commercial airline and business jet operators worldwide since 1997, and continues to set the standard for supporting these essential powerplants.

StandardAero’s 154,000 sq. ft. Maryville facility supports a wide range of APUs, including the Honeywell GTCP 36-100/150 (used by a variety of aircraft platforms including the MHIRJ CR200), Honeywell RE220 (CRJ700 family), the Pratt & Whitney Canada APS 2300 (Embraer E-Jets E1 family), and the Safran Power Units SPU300 (Bombardier Global 7500 & 8000).

“The delivery of our 12,000th APU highlights the Maryville team’s enduring commitment to the highest quality and turnaround performance, driving continued customer confidence in the services that we provide,” said Greg Krekeler, Vice President and General Manager of StandardAero’s Maryville facility.  “Our Maryville team provides true one-stop shop capabilities for some of the industry’s most popular APUs, offering a combination of MRO services and line replaceable unit (LRU) repair support that maximizes customer operational performance.  We look forward to continuing to expand our APU service offerings for our worldwide customer base and to celebrating our 14,000th delivery before the end of the decade.”

In addition to servicing a range of APUs, StandardAero’s Maryville facility is also a Rolls-Royce Authorized Maintenance Centre (AMC) for the AE 2100 turboprop, AE 3007 turbofan and AE 1107 turboshaft, in addition to supporting the related MT7 marine gas turbine.  Last October, the Maryville team celebrated the delivery of the facility’s 7,500th Rolls-Royce AE family engine.

StandardAero (Booth #2006) will be showcasing its capabilities at MRO Americas 2024, taking place April 9th – 11th at the McCormick Place Convention Centre in Chicago.