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Exclusively available to Aero-Engines Europe attendees, Turkish Technic will host a choice of two tours at Sabiha Gokcen Airport; Turkish Engine Center and the Turkish Technic facility. The tours will take place on 12 September, with both lunch and transport provided.
*Please note that both the Turkish Engine Center and Sabiha Gokcen Facility Tours are at full capacity.
Coaches will depart from the Conrad Istanbul Bosphorus at 12:45pm and the tour is expected to finish at 4pm.
Please note the following essential information:
Turkish Technic will host a facility tour of Turkish Engine Center during the second day of Aero-Engines Europe.
Located in Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, the Turkish Engine Center (TEC) is a joint venture company between Pratt & Whitney and Turkish Technic. TEC started operations in 2010 and draws on decades of maintenance experience from both Pratt & Whitney and Turkish Airlines. The engine center is equipped with high-tech, innovative flow lines and the latest machinery to overhaul engines to the industry's highest standards. Demonstrating a high level of quality and safety, the engine center delivered 130 engines in 2018, is targeting over 140 engines in 2019, and has delivered over 800 engines since 2010. Holding EASA, FAA, Turkish and Indian DGCA certificates, TEC is currently offering V2500-A5 and CFM56-7B engine maintenance services to its worldwide customers.
Come and experience the state-of-the art facility and see some of their maintenance best practices.
Constructed in 2014, Turkish Technic facilities in Sabiha Gokcen International Airport is one of the regions largest and most modern aircraft maintenance centers.
Having an enclosed area totaling 380,000 m², the two hangars located within can simultaneously house and maintain 15 aircraft in total. Over three thousand technicians and engineers operate out of over 40 various shops situated strategically throughout the facilities including airframe heavy maintenance, engine and APU overhaul, LDG overhaul, avionics and many more.