“We have the financial power to acquire the engine assets our customers need” says Anca Mihalache, Managing Director

Miami, February 27th 2024AERO CARE, the specialist provider of engine aftermarket services and support to the narrowbody commercial aviation industry, announced today that it has opened new headquarters in Miami, Fl. The new facility ensures that AERO CARE is strategically positioned to support its rapidly expanding global customer base and it will house the organization’s stock of engine parts for CFM56 and V2500.

Focused on enabling operators to fly their engines for as long and as economically as possible, AERO CARE concentrates on mid to late-life engines, providing solutions that cover green-time leasing, parts supply, and asset management. For more than 17 years, AERO CARE has guided and supported its customers, providing the reassuring solutions required to ensure their continued and successful operations.

Looking ahead to participating in the busy ‘Aero Engines Americas 2024’ conference which starts in Miami this week, Managing Director, Anca Mihalache, who has spearheaded this strategic move to the US, explains the Company’s new direction. “Miami is the commercial aviation engine hub of the Americas, so it is logical for AERO CARE to be based here, however we will be supported by our European office in Bucharest, Romania to ensure our global reach and 24/7/365 service is faultless. 

“As a portfolio company of Alchemy Aero Corporation, the specialist aviation investment & trading platform, we have the secure financial support we need to acquire the engine assets our customers need. We have an ambitious growth target and look forward to cementing our position as a respected mature aircraft assets solutions provider.”

AERO CARE stocks the most relevant and critical inventory to help minimise fleet downtime and promote profitable operations, however Mihalache goes on to say that AERO CARE is more than just an engine trading and parts business. “We are passionate about aviation and ultimately what an aircraft represents – taking someone to their next adventure, or to a meeting that will build their business, or to visit family and friends. Our role is to make sure that these journeys can happen – that crucial business deals get signed, or that the open arms don't go unhugged.” 

She adds that AERO CARE’s business objective is to be an integral part of the team. “We don't see ourselves as separate from our customers, when they work with us, it is no different to dealing with any other internal department. Our desire is to develop truly symbiotic relationships – so picking up the phone and calling us simply becomes the natural thing to do.”