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Euravia Engineering Ltd.
Type Limited company
Industry Aerospace
Founded 1988
Headquarters Lancashire, England
Key people Dennis Mendoros, Managing Director & Owner
Products Aircraft engines
Gas turbines
Thrust Reversers
Website Euravia Engineering

Euravia is a UK aviation engineering company, specialising in the retail and maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of PT6 engines. The company is based in Kelbrook, Lancashire, and provides a range of turboprop and turboshaft services for both civil and defence aviation requirements.


Euravia was founded by Dennis G Mendoros as a one-man operation in January 1988,[1] with the company moving to Barnoldswick, Lancashire from Altrincham, Greater Manchester in March 1988. At the end of 1989, Euravia purchased its first "Aero-Engine Repair Facility at Earby, Lancashire. By the end of the first year of operation, Euravia had received its first MOD (UK) contract, for the supply of the RB211 -524B4 engine.

In June 1994, Euravia moved to its current location in Kelbrook - a purpose built factory designed for PT6 repair and overhaul.

Euravia is an approved [2] working with a global network of Civil and Defence operators.


From its four facilities in Kelbrook, Euravia offers services for P&WC PT6A and PT6T engines. These services include:

Euravia also offers Engineering Support Services including component & engine life assessment, reliability studies, component improvement programmes, design, manufacture, qualification and testing of special to type tooling plus the development of advanced computer systems for aerospace applications.

In 2012, Euravia expanded its Mobile Repair Team for its international clients.[3]

In 2013, Euravia received EASA and FAA approval for the overhaul of PT6C engines.[4]

Awards received

  • RDC - Best Business of the year
  • Dennis Mendoros OBE - BIBAs 'Lancastrian of the Year' 2008 [5]
  • Lancashire Telegraph - Business Award for Technology[6]
  • Lancashire Telegraph - Business Award for Export
  • Pendle Borough Council - Environmental Business of the Year
  • Queens Award 2010 - International Trade[7]

Quality approvals

  • Design Approval - UK Ministry of Defence (DAOS)[8]
  • NATO Supply Code for Manufacturers Approval No. NSCM U6273[9]
  • FAA Repair Station[10]
  • EASA 145 Approval[11]
  • ISO 9001:2000 (Aerospace) Certificate[12]
  • CAA Air Navigation Order Article 12[13]
  • MOD UK Defence Contractors List DCL No. 2BQE02[14]
  • AS 9100 Revision C Certificate No. GB91/597[12]
  • NAMSA Manufacturer Code No. X6125
  • UK Register of Quality Assessed Companies Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Register

Other OEM & National Civil Aviation Authority Approvals

Euravia images

External links



  1. ^ "Sky’s the limit for Kelbrook firm Euravia (From Craven Herald)". 2013-02-18. Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
  2. ^ "Euravia | Facilities". Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
  3. ^ "Euravia Mobile Repair Team (EMRT)". 2011-12-09. Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
  4. ^ Phil Brown (2013-02-05). "Euravia Expands MRO Capabilities to Include New P&WC PT6C Engine Series". Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
  5. ^ "Hall of Fame | The BIBAs: Lancashire's Premier Business Awards". The BIBAs. Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
  6. ^ Henfield, Sally (2008-11-17). "VIDEO: Lancashire Telegraph Business Awards (From Lancashire Telegraph)". Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
  7. ^ "Pendle aerospace firm wins Queen's Award for business (From Lancashire Telegraph)". 2010-04-21. Retrieved 2014-05-13. 
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