AerFin is pleased to announce the launch of Engine MRO Lite, a scope of leading engine MRO services from its 100,000 sq ft CAA/EASA & FAA approved facility in Caerphilly.   Focussed on optimising engine residual value to provide efficient and sustainable solutions, this new service offers a range of in-house and off-wing engine maintenance solutions, including quick-turn services, hospital shop repairs and engine transitions across CF34-8, CFM56-5 & 7 and RB211-524 platforms. The MRO facility, which recently achieved its approved Repair Stations accreditation by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAR 145) is complete with OEM engine line tooling, a 10-tonne gantry overhead crane and has the capacity to store up-to 55 fan engines. Director of Operations, Simon Bayliss, said: “We are looking forward to offering new and existing customers our innovative engine maintenance solutions by offering them quick access to engine maintenance services through our hospital/quick-turn activity, enabling operators to maximise liquidity of their assets and optimize their fleets readiness.” Bob James, CEO, added: “The launch of our Engine MRO Lite services is a fantastic opportunity to further strengthen our relationships with airlines, lessors and MROs and will help us to build substantially on our ability to deliver cost-effective sustainable solutions to the aviation industry.” For more information, please visit Engine MRO Lite