FEAM Maintenance/Engineering, a US based MRO providing aircraft maintenance to domestic and international air carriers across 30 US locations, expands its footprint internationally with the acquisition of BOSA, a globally approved aircraft maintenance provider.
BOSA, headquartered in Handforth, Cheshire UK, provides aircraft line maintenance across all Boeing and Airbus fleet types, at Manchester International Airport (MAN), East Midlands Airport (EMA), and Teesside International Airport (MME) in the UK, as well as, Leipzig-Halle Airport (LEJ) in Germany. BOSA also offers component repairs to over 5,000 aircraft part numbers across a multitude of airline customers within the UK and Europe. Specific component repair capability examples include waste/water, filters, galley components, and oxygen, with a focus on green, environmentally friendly initiatives.
Rounding out their capabilities, BOSA provides AOG recovery services throughout the UK and Europe, allowing FEAM to expand their On-Wing AOG Repairs Team further into the region.
The acquisition of BOSA represents a natural progression of FEAM’s tremendous growth throughout the US, and allows them the opportunity to extend their world-class aircraft maintenance services to existing and new customers throughout the UK and Europe.
"We are pleased to welcome the team at BOSA into the FEAM family," remarked Cam Murphy, President of FEAM, "With this acquisition, we look forward to the expansion of our services and the FEAM brand, throughout the UK and Europe. And while the current pandemic is certainly not over, we felt the timing was right and this acquisition positions us well for the recovery in these markets."
“We look forward to working with FEAM and the Murphy family,” said Robert Sykes, Managing Director and founder of BOSA, "Our businesses share similar foundations, values and a vision for growth within the UK and throughout Europe. Together we will stride forward creating exceptional service for our customers and an excellent working environment for our staff.”