ASL Aviation Holdings is a leading aviation services company based in Swords, Ireland, close to Dublin Airport. The ASL Aviation Holdings Group includes 5 wholly owned European airlines; ASL Airlines Ireland, ASL Airlines Belgium, ASL Airlines France, ASL Airlines and ASL Airlines United Kingdom. The Group also has airline operations in South Africa and Thailand. Additionally, the Group includes maintenance facilities and several leasing entities. ASL’s airlines operate under their own brands and operate passenger and cargo networks on behalf of major international customers, particularly in the express freight and postal sectors. The Group’s global operations serve over 65 countries.
The Global ASL fleet of 140 aircraft includes 17 aircraft types from the Boeing 747-400F to the ATR-72 turbo prob. The Group has confirmed 20 slots with Boeing for 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighters (BCF) aircraft. Delivery of these next-generation aircraft has started and will continue until 2023.
In 2020, despite the global disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, ASL’s airlines continued to operate with 80% global aircraft utilisation on average. The airlines operated more than 122,000 flight hours, carrying 810,000 tonnes of freight and 2,620,000 passengers.
While some of the group airlines were founded more than 40 and 50 years ago, ASL Aviation Holdings’ foundation essentially began in 1998 and the company has been profitable every year since its incorporation. Annual revenue now exceeds €1.1bn EUR.
ASL employs 2,500 people globally of 51 different nationalities. The Group’s vision is to be the aviation service provider of choice through excellence, experience, and expertise.
To supervise the daily (line/light) maintenance operations and pro-actively takes the necessary actions with relevant parties to secure all ASLB (Short Haul, Long Haul) fleets, and follow-up with MCC’s of 3rd Parties/Other
ASL carriers to ensure their fleets, all operate according to the required flight schedules in the Networks. To align all parties to jointly achieve making the aircraft available in the required configuration (9P, 10P, etc) at the dispatch reliability targets and balanced efficiency with the compliance to safety/airworthiness requirements, at optimal cost level.
During the duty shift the Line Maintenance Controller takes the lead/takes decisions to ensure an adequate preparation with sourcing/ordering parts/tooling, the availability of sufficient skilled resources and downtime to execute scheduled Maintenance work, troubleshooting, repairs and/or recovery missions. Through direct communication or the Daily Maintenance meetings, gives direction to assigned Line/Light maintenance planners, Fleet Advisors/Support Group specialists, AOG desk members and relevant MRO contacts and ensure an adequate daily maintenance operation in Liège and at outstations.
To optimize the availability of relevant information and build strong relations with local MROs, perform occasional surveillance duties on the ramp/in hangar to ensure an optimal communication/timeline management on issues that arise during daily/night/weekend operations and/or likewise with the supervision on the completion of executed repairs and the associated quality of paperwork for release.
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