Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL)

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Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL)

Message par admin le Sam 7 Déc 2013 - 6:56

Source/decouvrir: http://www.monarchaircraftengineering.com/

Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL) based in the UK is part of The Monarch Group and provides Maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO) services for the sister company Monarch Airlines and other airlines.
Providing base maintenance hangar facilities at London Luton Airport (headquarters), Manchester Airport and at Birmingham Airport.
At all locations MAEL perform A checks up to heavy C and D checks, line maintenance, engineering and technical support, with EASA and GCAA Part 21 Subpart J Design Organisation Approval and Management Services Part M, AOG support, component and full material support, spares trading, aircraft engine services and EASA Part 147 Approved technical type training. Line maintenance is carried out within the UK and overseas with permanent line stations established at London Gatwick, London Luton, Birmingham, Manchester, East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Malaga, Alicante, Canary Islands, Warsaw, Kiev, Goa and the Maldives, where technical handling is carried out on Boeing 737, 757, 767, 777, 787 Dreamliner, Airbus A300-600, A300B4, A310, A320 family, A330 and Embraer 170, 175, 190, 195 aircraft.


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Message par admin le Sam 7 Déc 2013 - 7:00

Source: http://www.aviatime.com/en/mro/mro-news/other/10335-new-monarch-engineering-hangar-officially-opens-at-birmingham-airport
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), the award winning independent aircraft maintenance provider and division of The Monarch Group, today announces the official opening by Sir Roy McNulty, Non-Executive Director, Monarch Holdings Limited, of a brand new multi-million pound maintenance hangar at Birmingham Airport.  The facility, which is immediately creating 150 new jobs, also has the potential to add a further 150 posts.
The 110,000 sq ft state-of-the-art facility will complement the company’s existing engineering operations at London Gatwick, London Luton and Manchester Airports and supports the continuing growth of MAEL’s high quality aircraft engineering activities.
The new facility can accommodate almost every aircraft type in its two bays, incorporates industry-leading design and build standards, and is one of the first to have the capacity for Boeing 787 Dreamliner maintenance, with sufficient capacity for other wide body aircraft, such as the Boeing 777, 747 and Airbus A350.  It is large enough to accommodate two Boeing 777-300ER aircraft or 10 narrow-body aircraft and will contain a number of component-repair and back shops. The vast building, covering c2.5 acres is big enough to house four full size football pitches, 2400 Minis or 450 double decker buses.
In its first month of operation, seven different aircraft types are scheduled for maintenance in the facility, including Airbus A300, A320 and A321, Boeing 757 and 767, Embraer 195 and Bombardier Q400.

The Birmingham hangar will enable MAEL to service a greater share of the growing market for aircraft maintenance service in the UK and Europe. Its own third-party (i.e. non-Monarch Airlines) maintenance activities have grown to 31% of business in 2013 from 18% in 2010, and over the next two years this is planned to increase to almost 40% of turnover. This will consolidate MAEL’s position in the top 10 largest airframe MRO organisations in Europe


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Message par admin le Sam 7 Déc 2013 - 7:01

Source: http://www.aviationpros.com/press_release/11230647/monarch-aircraft-engineering-drives-further-efficiency-and-safety-with-snap-on-industrial
Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL), the award-winning independent aircraft maintenance provider and division of The Monarch Group, has agreed to partner with global tooling solutions specialist, Snap-on Industrial.  The partnership sees the replacement of all MAEL engineers' personal tooling at its new maintenance facility at Birmingham Airport with Snap-on Industrial’s world leading Level 5 tool control system, providing complete security and accountability.
MAEL is one of the first aircraft maintenance providers in the UK to replace all its existing engineers’ personal tools to such an extent with company owned tooling and represents a major shift in working practices for the company.  The introduction of Snap-on Industrial's Level 5 programme of tools and tool control will help MAEL offer continued exceptional levels of safety and efficiency at the heart of its Maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO) operations in Birmingham;
both are vital to MAEL’s customers.
The new 110,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility at Birmingham Airport opened on 4th November 2013 and the preparation included an initial delivery of over 27,320 Snap-on hand and power tools.  MAEL provides MRO services for its sister company Monarch Airlines along with a number of the best known airlines around the world. It also provides base maintenance hangar facilities at London Luton Airport (headquarters), Manchester Airport and now Birmingham Airport.....In its quest to provide world class tooling solutions and to prevent Foreign Object Damage (FOD), MAEL has chosen Snap-on Industrial as its business partner of choice, introducing ‘TCMax’ asset software management programme for tool control to its Birmingham facility. Snap-on’s Level 5 programme works to counter FOD and make the workplace safer and more productive through five key measures: tool organisation, tool visibility through coloured foam inserts, tool security, tool tracking and digital tool accountability, providing a full audit trail and torque calibration schedules.
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Within this, Networkable Tool Control (NTC) provides electronic keyless lockable tool storage units, allowing only authorised personnel to access. For the first time, MAEL will have real time visibility of the entire maintenance floor tooling inventory. All tools in the system are laser etched with an ID number linked to a specific cabinet within the TCMax asset management system, providing comprehensive tool accountability. When a tool is removed from the cabinet a unique record is generated, providing real-time inventory management including details of who is currently using each tool, on which aircraft, even to a specific area, all linked to a works order. Critical events such as calibration requests, broken or lost tools will trigger an alert including an automatic email distribution to a list of shift supervisors, ensuring immediate action to locate or its timely replacement in the case of a broken tool.


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Message par admin le Ven 19 Sep 2014 - 11:52

Ça parle de 200 mécanos en moins.

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Message par admin le Ven 26 Sep 2014 - 17:45

Source: http://www.mro-network.com/news/2014/09/monarch-staff-agree-pay-cuts/3983
Pilots, cabin crew and MRO staff working for Monarch have voted to accept changes to pay and working conditions as a part of the group’s restructure to become a low-cost airline.
The deal follows negotiations with unions representing the UK firm’s pilots, cabin crew and engineers, and will see salaries cut by up to 30 per cent alongside alterations to shift patterns and other working conditions.
More than 90 per cent of the staff that participated in the vote agreed to accept Monarch’s proposed terms.
On Tuesday (September 23) the board of Monarch Holdings announced that Greybull Capital LLP was its preferred bidder to acquire the group from its current shareholders, principally the Mantegazza family.


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Message par rasta airways le Mer 1 Oct 2014 - 10:36

les conditions de travail etaient deja rudes pour les mecanos , je n ose meme pas imaginer la suite avec cette restructuration

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Message par admin le Lun 28 Mar 2016 - 10:31

Monarch récupére sur Gatwick le contrat B737NG Norwegian, qui était entre les mains de SR Technics

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Message par admin le Ven 29 Avr 2016 - 21:13

Source: http://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/45735-monarch-planning-to-close-manchester-mro-base
Monarch Airlines (ZB, London Luton) is planning to close its Manchester Int'l MRO hangar putting over 100 jobs at risk. The airline said in a statement that US-based airline strategy specialist, Seabury, had proposed the move following an extensive study of the carrier's shape and strategy, projected demand in the MRO sector, and the commercial viability of all of Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) facilities.
"As Monarch has progressed with its restructuring, it has identified further ways to optimise its operations," it said. "The Seabury review also showed that the Manchester facility is less viable than MAEL’s other hangar locations."
Manchester's operations have been severely affected by the loss of a major Jet2 (LS, Leeds/Bradford) contract last year which was responsible for the bulk of work at the facility. The hangar specializes in heavy maintenance and D checks, as well as IMV and C checks for both Airbus Industrie (AIB, Toulouse Blagnac) and Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) aircraft types including the A320 Family, the A300, the A310, the A330, and the B757 and B767.
The Unite labour union reports that in addition to the loss of 109 jobs in Manchester, thirteen engineering jobs at London Luton and several at Birmingham Int'l will also be axed.
Talks between management and representatives of its employees are currently underway.

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Message par admin le Dim 9 Avr 2017 - 15:14

Source: http://www.mronewsfocus.com/archive/contracts/2017/3/subcategory/life-maintenance
Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL) will be opening new line stations at Edinburgh and Nice and expanding its existing line station at Malaga to support Boeing GoldCare customers.

Working as a partner of the Boeing GoldCare programme, the UK-based MRO will begin operations from summer 2017, supporting the Boeing 737 MAX at Edinburgh and the Boeing 787 at Nice and Malaga.

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Monarch Airlines - placées sous administration judiciaire

Message par admin le Lun 2 Oct 2017 - 20:08

Source: http://www.air-cosmos.com/monarch-airlines-suspend-ses-activites-101031
Monarch Airlines et Monarch Travel Group sont désormais placés sous administration judiciaire. Aux commandes, Blair Nimmo, Jim Tucker et Mike Pink du cabinet KGPM. Seule l'activité MRO, Monarch Aircraft Engineering, n'est pas affectée par cette décision qui s'est traduite par l'annulation de tous les vols de Monarch Airlines
Malgré quelle ne soit pas affectée directement aujourd'hui, quel avenir pour leurs centres de maintenance?

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Message par Efis le Mer 11 Oct 2017 - 20:49

Source: https://www.journal-aviation.com/actualites/38296-monarch-aircraft-engineering-poursuit-ses-activites
La faillite de la compagnie Monarch n'entravera pas la poursuite et le développement des activités de son ancienne division MRO, Monarch Aircraft Engineering Limited (MAEL), selon les déclarations de son directeur général Chris Dare.

La flotte de Monarch représentait près de la moitié de l'activité totale de la société de maintenance. MAEL se réfère notamment au contrat remporté auprès de Virgin Atlantic pour les C-Checks de ses Boeing 787-9 programmés entre 2017 et 2021 ainsi qu'à ses activités liées à Boeing Global Services (ex-GoldCare).
Un premier Dreamliner de Virgin est d'ailleurs actuellement en grande visite dans son hangar de Birmingham.

MAEL emploie 730 salariés, principalement sur ses différents sites du Royaume-Uni (Luton et Birmingham) mais aussi un peu partout en Europe pour ses activités de maintenance en ligne.

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Message par admin le Jeu 7 Déc 2017 - 17:13

Source: https://www.journal-aviation.com/actualites/38950-mro-mael-remporte-un-contrat-de-maintenance-avec-wizz-air-a-luton
Suite au développement de Wizz Air en Angleterre, MAEL remporte de contrat pour 7 avions sur Luton

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