TAESL

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TAESLTexas Aero Engine Services, Ltd.
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The combination of reductions in demand and lack of future growth opportunities for the business has led Rolls-Royce to request the closure of TAESL, which American Airlines has accepted.
TAESL has a proud history of supporting Rolls-Royce to serve American Airlines and other customers over many years.
TAESL is a joint venture between American Airlines and Rolls-Royce that repairs and overhauls certain aircraft engines for clients of Rolls-Royce.
TAESL, a joint venture between American Airlines and Rolls-Royce, is the North American overhaul facility for the RB211 and Trent engines.
American had four AMTs qualify for the individual Diamond Award, TAESL had two, and American Eagle had one.
American had four AMTs qualify for the individual Diamond Award and TAESL and American Eagle each had two.
TAESL was formed in April 1998 to repair and overhaul the RB211 engine, which American has on its Boeing 757 fleet, and the Trent 800 engine, which is on American's Boeing 777 aircraft.
TAESL is a joint venture between American and Rolls-Royce that repairs and overhauls certain aircraft engines for clients of Rolls-Royce, such as American.
Those are proven concepts here at TAESL and elsewhere in the maintenance organization.
The TAESL repair facility is staffed by more than 530 American Airlines employees and has generated more than 200 additional American Airlines jobs specifically tied to the growth of engine maintenance work performed for new customers.
This new agreement should give the TAESL team more potential to grow the business and it provides employees with more security and a great opportunity to pull together and win together, a key element of American Airlines' turnaround plan," said David Campbell, American's vice president of maintenance for the Alliance Fort Worth and Kansas City overhaul maintenance bases.
Maintenance on RB211-535E4, Trent and Tay engines in service with American Airlines is carried out at TAESL.