In 2005, AFI KLM E&M and Boeing decided to set up a unique component maintenance program (CSP) for the 737NG. Now be on offer to future operators of the 737 MAX, based on a large-scale pooling arrangement generating substantial economies of scale, the CSP program offers customers top-flight service quality and pricing.
Large numbers of airlines all around the world have already opted for CSP 737, making AFI KLM E&M and Boeing leading component support providers for the global 737 fleet.
As the airplane's OEM, Boeing possesses unmatched knowledge of the airplanes's design, including all systems and components.
As part of an airline operator, AIR FRANCE KLM possesses extensive understanding of airlines operations - as well as the cost challenges facing the airline industry.
As a major MRO, AFI KLM E&M has proven experience servicing and supporting its customers' component needs.
The 737 parts are based in Amsterdam, London and Seattle. Customized programs can be developed for customers for additional partnumber families spanning the scope of the airframe and engine RSPL (Recommanded Spare Parts List). APU, Wheels & Brakes, and LDG can be added per customer demand.
All types of checks in connection with 737 CG and NG airframe maintenance are carried out at Amsterdam. In 2008, we carried out 8 D Checks and 55 C Checks in our facilities for our own 737 fleet and those of our customers.
We are also able to offer engineering support on customer's premises, successfully providing this type of service on behalf of Nok Air at their Bangkok main base, for example.
AFI KLM E&M has one of the most experienced CFM56-7 shops worldwide with a yearly expected shop visit workload of more than 70 full overhauls. With the establishment of our new engine shop at Schiphol in 2004, we have developed a truly high quality product with low TAT and competitive price. For these reasons AFI KLM E&M is one of the major MROs for the most popular engine in commercial aviation.
We have developed a truly high quality product with low TAT and competitive price. With the establishment of our new engine shop at Schiphol in 2004, we have created enough shop capacity to be ready for future demand.
Our engineering expertise in workscoping, associated with a strong in-house repair development policy, contribute to reduce customers material bill. Together we can find the optimum for maintenance spending and time on wing performance.
Spare engine availability to support your operations during shop visits, whether their engine removal is scheduled or not.
On Site Support: benefit from our large airline-MRO combined experience at your own main base or outstation. We have developed on-wing and on-site dedicated solutions that we offer to our customers: on-wing inspections, engine change, J-Hook repair, Gear Box replacement, HPC Top Case repairs...
Short term slot availability.
Competitive pricing for single visit (T&M,NTE).
Gas path analysis: AFI KLM E&M developed a dedicated tool to analyze the performance of the gas turbine after overhaul or after an inbound test run. This analysis report enable to determine intended limited workscopes.
> over 350 core performance restoration shop visits
> over 220 on-wing / hospital repairs
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Our type training consists of theoretical and practical courses according to EASA Part 66 / 147.
It develops your knowledge and skills for work on the aircraft fuselage, engines and systems.We train you to a high degree of expertise so that you can quickly and effectively carry out all scheduled or unscheduled maintenance work.
We are able to capitalise on our operational experience and in-depth knowledge of a large variety of aircraft types and engines to feed into and support our courses.
- KLM UK Engineering Technical College, located in Norwich, offers EASA Part 66 Category A and B1.1 basic training.
We deliver a Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering, in conjunction with Kingston University London. In this programme, Ab Initio students complete both an academic degree and EASA B1.1 training. We also offer EASA Part 66 Cat A and B1.1 basic training as a structured self-study programme, with instructor support, as well as Part 66 conversion courses for engineers wishing to remove restrictions 1 and 9 from their licences.
- AFMAé, located in Paris, offers EASA Part 66 Category A, B1.1 and B2 basic training, as well as conversion courses between sub-categories.
Our vast range of specialised training includes:
- Refresher, Continuation courses
- Engine Run Up
- Borescope inspection
- OJT, HOT
- Human Factors
- Fuel Tank Safety
- E.W.I.S. (groups 1-8)
- EASA Regulations
- Technical Aviation English
- Boeing 787 Structure and cabin maintenance / repair
AFI KLM E&M Training advises and supports aviation companies, maintenance and training organisations. Our services include consulting in staff selection, skill-upgrading, setting up Part 66/147 basic and type rating training centres, organisational development, training needs analysis, safety and quality management.
AFI KLM E&M provides Auxiliary Power Units (APU) maintenance in cooperation with EPCOR, part of AFI KLM E&M network.
>The 131-9B APU is manufactured by Honeywell
> It is installed in the Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft (737-500, -600, -700, -800, -900)
> The 131-9B is an ETOPS certified APU
> EPCOR is an OEM approved warranty repair station for the 131-9B APU