FEAM AERO is proud to announce their award of a FAA Part 145 Repair Station Approval at their Base Maintenance Facility at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). The benefits of FEAM operating as an independent repair station means increased safety throughout overall operations, thanks to ongoing oversight by the local FSDO, as well as, the ability to quickly streamline processes specific to CVG’s dual ramps and expansive base operation.

FEAM specializes and supports a large contingent of Air Cargo Operators at CVG with a total workforce of over 250 Aircraft Maintenance Technicians and Aerospace Professionals. FEAM recently announced the construction of a second wide-body hangar at CVG that exemplifies its ongoing commitment to the region and to the air cargo industry.

Chief Operating Officer & Accountable Manager, Wayne Sisson explains, “There is incredible synergy generated by FEAM and one of our largest customers collaborating under the same FSDO. We have also had tremendous support from the local FAA team; we believe their partnership will support FEAM in maintaining our standards of excellence in safety and quality as we continue to expand.”

FAA Inspectors Mike Isham and Larry Ward of the Cincinnati FSDO conducted the Performance Assessment Phase 4 Inspection for the CVG Part 145 Repair Station Certificate, and awarded the FAA Repair Station Certificate [CRS# GNDR920D] on Thursday, May 12th 2022. The certificate at CVG marks FEAM’s second repair station approval, with the first at their Base Maintenance Facility at Miami International Airport.

Mr. Jeff Slaughter, Cincinnati’s FSDO Manager, adds, “It’s not only a big deal for FEAM, but also for us here at the FAA. It is very exciting to issue FEAM their Air Agency Certificate on behalf of the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing FEAM to operate as an independent repair station here at CVG. Congratulations to everyone involved on a job well done!”