After having landed in Europe almost since its early years, Indaer, the leading aircraft life-cycle support solutions company announced today that it will open a permanent office in Europe in February, expanding its global presence and footprint. This opening reflects one of the most important cornerstones in Indaer´s philosophy – customer focus. At the same time this expansion will allow for enhanced presence across Europe, Middle East, and Asia, in parallel with greater project engagement in these regions.

Indaer will be providing its full services portfolio, that covers the entire lifecycle of an aviation asset to Leasing companies, airlines, OEM`s and aircraft owners, including but not limited to aircraft transitions (deliveries and re-deliveries);  mid-lease inspections; operators technical assessments; heavy maintenance oversight; aircraft technical records management; maintenance program development; and support in contract negotiations.This new office will have a dedicated staff supported by the main team from its headquarters in the Americas.

The new branch office in Europe to be managed by Daniel Restrepo, Indaer co-founder,  will be based in Asturias, north of Spain. Daniel commented about the opening: “Asturias offers unique opportunities for entrepreneurship and innovation in a peaceful and green environment. We are excited to join and to better serve our customers in Europe from Spain”

“On the year of its 20th anniversary, this is an important move for Indaer and its worldwide customers. We want to ensure that we continue to provide a better and closer presence with our well known customer-focused support,” said Juan Osorio, CEO of Indaer. “Indaer is committed to providing all of our customers the most complete, cost effective, innovative and efficient solution for their aviation asset management needs. Even with the constraints and hurdles of the Covid19 pandemic, we managed to perform nearly 80 projects last year. And this year looks already promising with new European customers added to our list. We are expecting a brighter future for the whole aviation industry and we are ready to meet the challenges from our new base in Europe”.