Shannon Repair Services (SRS) was formed by seaboard international to provide ground handling and maintenance for transatlantic operators operating piston type aircraft.
In 1967 the company was acquired by Aer Lingus and continued to provide ground handling and general maintenance
In the mid 1980’s, the company changed strategic direction and introduced the B707, B737 and the DC8 to its approvals, concentrating on Heavy maintenance TEI gained a reputation for high quality structural repair maintenance
B727 was added to our approvals which lead to SRS securing heavy maintenance inputs from UPS , the relationship developed to the extent that UPS acquired SRS in 1994 and renamed Shannon MRO.
UPS built a new state of the art Facility capable of housing a B747-400 which opened in 2002 Air Atlanta Icelandic acquired Shannon MRO in February 2004 and renamed it to Air Atlanta Aero Engineering (AAAE), plans were immediately put in place to expanded the capabilities to include the B757 and B767
Transaero Engineering Ireland (TEI) is a new name in Aircraft Maintenance following the purchase by Transaero Airlines of Air Atlanta Aero Engineering in April 2012.
Although the name is new it is building on a long and proud history in the aviation business. Under the Transaero Engineering name we will extend our product range to include the B747 and B777 types.
Transaero Engineering Ireland will continue to offer 3rd party maintenance with our long tradition of expertise, craftsmanship and commitment to excellence built up over the last 50 years, to our many customers in various parts or the world.