Recent articles from Aerospace Manufacturing Magazine

Liebherr-Aerospace Toulouse, Liebherr’s centre of excellence for air management systems, has put into operation a new high capacity 5-axis machining centre featuring a rotary pallet loading system. Liebherr-Verzahntechnik, Liebherr’s center of excellence for gear technology and automation systems, supplied the robot. This innovation allows Liebherr-Aerospace to strengthen and modernise its production capacities and opens the […]

RUAG Aerostructures in Oberpfaffenhofen is supplying Airbus with a first complex fuselage section for its latest long-haul jet, the A321XLR. The second aft-most fuselage section, which is over 6m long and around 4m high, is home to the new jet’s lavatories and rear galley. RUAG Aerostructures already delivered first side and floor elements to Hamburg […]

Recaro Aircraft Seating has been honoured with a Focus Open Special Mention Award for its newest business class seat. The CL6720 business class seat was first introduced to the market in 2019 and will be flying on several airlines as of 2022. The CL6720 maximises comfort and space to optimise the experience for business passengers. […]

The first P-8A Poseidon aircraft for Norway has rolled out of the paint shop in Renton, in Royal Norwegian Air Force livery. Norway is one of eight nations to have acquired the P-8A as their new multi-mission maritime patrol aircraft. Norway’s first P-8A aircraft will now return to the factory floor to be prepared for […]

SS White Technologies, the leading provider of flexible rotary shafts for the aerospace industry is the supplier of flexible shafts that transmit power to activate the critical Thrust Reverser Actuation Systems (TRAS) on the CFM LEAP 1-B turbofan engines that powered the first flight of the B737 MAX 10 aircraft. SS White provides a set […]

Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd


Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd achieves AS9100D further enhancing our BS EN ISO 9001:2015 quality standard.


Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd opened a new extension – temperature and humidity controlled 12500 square foot engine and parts storage facility. The extension also provides for 2500 square feet of enclosed loading dock facilities. The storage and loading dock facility further enhance our disassembly capacity of 120 engines per annum on both narrowbody and widebody platforms.

Euram New Extension

Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd receives Customs Warehouse approval from Customs in December.

Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd with the support of Enterprise Ireland successfully developed Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engine maintenance and disassembly capabilities resulting in the induction and RTP of first article. Development of new processes, tasks and training accomplished successfully.


Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd developed and trademarked a specialist aircraft and engine maintenance and materials management software platform which enables live and transparent visibility via web portal of asset maintenance activities. Early adopters of the revolutionary platform include Lessors, Asset Owners and Maintenance Repair Organisations. For further details please contact

Euram Air Leases Ireland Ltd receives Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) approval from Irish Tax and Customs in October.