Monarch Aircraft Engineering


Strategically located at London Luton Airport and Birmingham Airport we are capable of accommodating multiple lines of maintenance across Boeing, Airbus, Embraer and Bombardier aircraft fleet types.

AOG Response

Our Specialised Monarch AOG Response Team (SMART) comprising highly qualified engineers are available 24/7 to satisfy your AOG and immediate operating requirements.

50 years of excellence

Since 1967 we have been providing maintenance repair overhaul services to some of the world’s best known airlines. With all that experience, our people can provide you the high quality service that you expect.

Virgin Atlantic

Monarch Aircraft Engineering has signed a base maintenance agreement with Virgin Atlantic to carry out C1 checks for their Boeing 787-9 fleet between 2017 and 2021 at Birmingham.

Some of our customers

Monarch Aircraft Engineering (MAEL) is a leading UK independent MRO (Maintenance Repair Overhaul) company providing services for airlines and operators worldwide, providing base maintenance hangar facilities at London Luton Airport (headquarters) and Birmingham Airport. At all locations MAEL perform A checks up to heavy C and D checks, line maintenance, engineering and technical support, with Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO), EASA Part 21 Subpart J and GCAA CAR 21 Subpart J Design Organisation Approval (DOA), AOG support, component and full material support, spares trading sales, loans and exchanges of Airbus, Boeing and OEM aircraft parts, aircraft wheels, brakes and engine services and EASA Part 147 and GCAA CAR 147 approved technical type training. Line maintenance is carried out within the UK and overseas with permanent line stations established at London Gatwick, London Luton, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Nice, Malaga, Warsaw and Kiev where technical handling is carried out on Boeing 787 Dreamliner, 777, 767, 757, 737, Airbus A380, A350, A330, A320 family, A310, A300B4, A300-600, Embraer 170, 175, 190, 195 and Bombardier Q400 aircraft.

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