FEAM’s mission is to provide high quality precision maintenance at an affordable cost. Our vision is to the be recognized as the world’s leader in Aircraft Maintenance by providing superior customer service, on-time reliability, and highest standards of aircraft maintenance. At FEAM we strive to create a harmony to help airlines to achieve more by utilizing our business expertise.
A Little About Us And Why Choose FEAM?
FEAM is a MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) company providing aircraft line maintenance and A-check services to a variety of domestic and international air carriers flying transport category aircraft. FEAM, once a small, two man aircraft maintenance manpower provider, has grown into a leading line maintenance MRO with a truly global customer base. Our certifications are recognized throughout the world and our partnership with AMET will allow us to provide a continuous pipeline of Line Maintenance Engineers trained to standards that meet the highest global industry requirements. In a market where line maintenance is key to any airlines maintenance success, we put special emphasis on training, being lean and providing high quality maintenance. Our expertise in the MRO industries provides effective and impactful line maintenance solutions for all of our customers. FEAM has maintenance bases in the following U.S. locations: MIA (HQ), FLL, MCO, ABE, RIC, MKE, MSP, IAH, ONT, DEN, CHS, HSV, DFW, SEA, PAE, CVG, LCK, ANC, ORD, JFK, LCK, PHX, BWI and ATL. We also have a presence on two U.S. Military bases WRI and DOV. We have approximately 600 aircraft mechanics/Line Maintenance Engineers (LME) throughout our system.
We are not only certificated by the FAA as a FAR part 145 repair station but in addition, we hold the following certifications:
· Korean MOLIT Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO)
· Bermuda DCA AMO
· Singapore CAAS 145 Repair Station
· Europe EASA 145 Repair Station
· Japan JCAB Repair Station
We have formed a partnership with UK-based Airline Maintenance & Engineering Training, Ltd (AMET), an EASA part 147 training organization in 2014. Now, our training center at our Miami headquarters is an approved location for this partnership and as such we are one of very few U.S, organizations that provides EASA 147 maintenance training.
We recently exited Level I of our Safety Management System (SMS) program (click here to see FAA Newsletter). We are one of only 14 MRO’s in the U.S. that is participating in the FAA SMS Pilot Program.
Due to the diverse geographical locations of our stations we are able to provide rapid AOG support to our customers anywhere in the U.S., Central America, and South America. A recent example includes an AOG GEnx engine removal and replacement on a B747-8 in Viracopos (VCP), Brazil. View Here