Over 25 years of experience

  • 1991 - 2001

    The facility is set up by Braathens at Stavanger airport on the west coast of Norway
  • 2000 - 2012

    Pratt & Whitney take over, they invest in
    state-of-the-art equipment for the repair of
    CFM56 engines
  • 2013

    Present day - Aero Norway purchases the facility from Pratt & Whitney and delivers combined airline operational and engine maintenance experience with power plant expertise and resources. With a capacity for up to 120 engines per year,
    Aero Norway has seen engine inductions
    increase year on year
  • 2015

    Aero Norway was purchased by Qatari businessman, Tariq Al Jehani

    He is the catalyst behind the forward-looking business growth programme and responsible for continuous investment in training,
    equipment and technology
  • 2016

    Saw a 33% increase, and it is evident that the organisation's focus on competitive TAT and tailored services which are underpinned by skilled and dedicated employees is the right strategy.

A heritage spanning more than 1,000 years