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Christopher Oldfield, a UK based sales services provider, has signed a working agreement to represent SOAR LP in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The partnership provides immediate regional points of contact and support for AOG Recovery, Evaluation, Parts, Engineering, … Continue reading →
SOAR and SABENA AEROSPACE have signed a Long Term Working Agreement to offer Aircraft On the Ground (AOG) Heavy Recovery and Field Repair Services to the commercial aviation community. Services from these quality providers include recovery, evaluation, repair and modification … Continue reading →
SOAR supported an A330 that suffered THS damage in the Middle East and required a complete replacement. SOAR provided multiple THS replacement options, unit certification, logistics, negotiation, OEM coordination, and installation support
VR Representations and Consulting, a Brazilian based sales and technical services provider, has signed a working agreement to represent SOAR LP in Brazil and South America. The partnership provides immediate regional points of contact and support for AOG Recovery, Evaluation, … Continue reading →
SOAR supports UTAS in A330 Neo parts cert effort.
SOAR successfully recovered the Ameristar MD-83 that overran the runway at Willow Run airport in Ypsilanti, Michigan during a rejected takeoff. SOAR was contacted for the recovery and had a team and equipment on-site in less than 24 hours. The … Continue reading →
SOAR successfully recovered the TAME Embraer 190 that overran the runway and buried itself in a sloping field last week at SECU International Airport. The aircraft overran the runway by a reported 70 meters from the end of the runway, … Continue reading →
The Embraer 190 overran the runway and landed in a field approximately 200 meters from the end of the runway. The aircraft sustained considerable damage. Recovery included, coordination of several government and industry agencies, building a road back to the … Continue reading →
Seattle Washington’s Museum of Flight recently contracted SOAR to be the primary technical entity to restore the first manufactured prototype 727 for ferry flight from Everett Washington to permanent display at Boeing Field, Seattle. The aircraft had been parked for … Continue reading →
SOAR assists resurrection of historic Boeing 727 for Seattle’s Museum of Flight. SOAR and Seattle Washington’s Museum of Flight recently completed the restoration of the first 727 for ferry flight from Everett Washington to Seattle for permanent display at Boeing … Continue reading →
Founded on decades of OEM specialized experience, SOAR will provide complete turn-key repair, as the General Contractor, utilizing its supplier network of reputable and certified MRO, engineering, and touch labor companies.
SOAR’s unique business model and global network of providers achieves recoveries and repairs once considered too costly to undergo, in addition to other much-needed aftermarket services. To the benefit of aircraft owners, airlines and insurance carriers, SOAR maintains the re-use of out-of production aircraft as a viable business strategy and exists as an important part of your emergency recovery plan.
The following pages are only a few examples of what SOAR has done for others and serve as a sample of what SOAR will do for you.
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