30 years of experience and a Norwegian heritage spanning more than 1,000 years
The facility is set up by Braathens at Stavanger airport on the west coast of Norway
Pratt & Whitney take over the facility, they invest in state-of-the-art equipment for the repair of CFM56 engines
Aero Norway purchases the facility from Pratt & Whitney and delivers combined airline operational and engine maintenance experience with power plant expertise and resources.
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.
Aero Norway expands rapidly with restructure of management. Business is further strengthened as IATA signs agreement with CFM International increasing opportunities for third party MROs.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, Aero Norway has adjusted its practices to ensure it is able to support its customers by running its facilty at normal capacity.
Sverd I fjell (Swords in Rock) was created in Stavanger by sculptor Fritz Roed from Bryne and unveiled by King Olav V of Norway in 1983. The three bronze swords stand 10 metres tall and they commemorate the historic battle of Hafrsfjord when, in 872, King Harald Fairhair gathered all of Norway under one crown. The largest sword represents the victorious Harald, and the two smaller swords represent the defeated kings. The monument also exemplifies peace: the swords are planted into solid rock so they may never be removed.