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StandardAero acquires Safe Aviation Solutions

September 17, 2019  By Helicopters Staff

StandardAero has acquired Safe Aviation Solutions, including Safe Fuel, Accel and B&E ACR (formerly the MRO services subsidiary of the B&E Group), which will continue to expand StandardAero’s Components, Helicopters & Accessories (CH&A) division and its portfolio of MRO and component repair services. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Save Aviation Solutions is a privately held company that provides testing, repair, overhaul and modification of engine fuel system components, pneumatic/hydraulic/actuation systems and aircraft power generation systems for airlines, freight companies, OEMs and other MRO providers. The company operates from two primary locations in South Florida, with nearly 56,000 square feet of operations and approximately 120 employees.

Safe Aviation Solutions focuses on serving commercial aerospace programs with large installed bases of aircraft. StandardAero explains some of the more notable programs currently served include V2500, CFM56-5, CFM56-7, RB211 and Boeing 787 platforms.

“Like StandardAero, Safe Aviation Solutions has a strong growth trajectory and is focused on serving important commercial aerospace programs and operators around the world,” said Russell Ford, chairman and CEO of StandardAero. “The company is a very strategic fit for StandardAero and is well positioned to capture additional new programs and also expand its scope of services on current programs.”


With the addition of Safe Aviation Solutions’ two Florida repair locations, StandardAero now has 39 primary repair facilities located on five continents with more than 6,100 employees worldwide.

“With Safe Aviation Solutions on our team, we now have additional accessories and Line Replaceable Unit repair capabilities to round out our Component Services business unit,” said Rick Stine, president of StandardAero’s CH&A Division. “I’m looking forward to a bright and growing future as we begin integrating our businesses.”


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