KLM UK Engineering
KLM UK Engineering Limited is a leading regional aircraft and narrow body MRO, wholly owned by AFI KLM E&M Network. Services include base maintenance, line maintenance, component sales, technical training and decommissioning of Boeing 737’s, Fokker 50/70/100 and BAe146/Avro RJ’s.
KLMUKE has been based at Norwich International Airport for 40 years and employs approximately 375 people, plus an Edinburgh line station. KLMUKE prides itself on having an experienced and skilled work force, delivering a superior service and high quality product at a competitive price.
KLM UK Engineering's core values includes outstanding technical skill and exacting quality requirements for the benefit of its customers. Putting your trust in KLMUKE guarantees our commitment to deliver:
- High levels of professionalism and an acknowledged ability to innovate
- Top-quality maintenance products and services
- Outstanding quality of Customer Care by a team of professionals 100% focused on Customer satisfaction
Sustainable Development policy
KLM UK Engineering’s policy is aligned with the AIR FRANCE KLM group’s overall Sustainable Development policy.
Safety Policy is a central concern in maintenance and therefore for KLMUKE, as is the safety of our workforce. Occupational safety is a value shared by all our staff. It is an integral part of day-to-day operations throughout the company. To this end, KLMUKE’s General Management has deployed an Occupational Health and Safety policy based on cooperation and initiative and on cross-functional cooperation between different departments.
The airline Air Anglia was formed at Norwich International Airport from the merger of three operators – Anglian Air Charter, Norfolk Airways and Rig Air.
Air Anglia merged with British Island Airways, Air Wales and Air Westward to form AirUK, which became the biggest regional airline and the third largest scheduled operator in the UK.
KLM increased its share in AirUK to 45%.
KLM became the sole shareholder of Air UK.
AirUK was renamed KLM UK.
KLM UK launched Buzz, the low cost fleet of BAe146 & Boeing 737.
Buzz was sold to Ryanair.
KLM UK the airline was taken over by KLM Cityhopper and KLM UK became KLM UK Engineering Limited, focussing on heavy maintenance.
KLMUKE invested £1 million on extending and updating its hangar and workshop facilities and increased its hangar space to accommodate a fifth fully line of maintenance.
KLMUKE obtained the 737 NG approval and carried out its first heavy check in October 2008.
KLMUKE has been providing aircraft maintenance for 40 years for its base in Norwich
Head of Human Resources
Sales & Marketing
Head of Technical College
Base Maintenance Manager
Base Maintenance Manager - Production Support
Safety & Quality Manager
HSE & Site Manager
- Facility Offers: 3 x Hangars including 5 x heavy maintenance bays, onsite workshops and a technical training college
- 376 staff
- Turnover in 2012: £27.5 million