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History 2017-09-21T13:19:26+00:00

 In 1998, Chevron made the decision to split from Chevron Aerospace Group to become a completely autonomous business. The paint facility and recruitment agency were later consolidated and moved to the company’s present premises in Sharston, Manchester.

Since 2000, Chevron Technical Services has received a range of Approvals which include covering Line Maintenance for a range of Aircraft based in locations including BAE Systems (Woodford), Kemble Airfield (Gloucestershire) and the United Arab Emirates, and became an Approved Workshop for the Repair, Overhaul and production of Airframe Components. We have also been granted a variation of ratings to include C1, C17 and C18.

Chevron Aircraft Maintenance Ltd (CAM) was formed in 2008 as an autonomous Base and Line Maintenance Organisation whilst Chevron Technical Services (CTS) continued with Component Maintenance.

Chevron Technical Services Ltd moved its Component Maintenance and Production Facility in 2010 to a nearby larger site at

Sharston Road,
Sharston,
Manchester,
M22 4SN

January 2017

2017

Chevron relocates Chevron Aircraft Maintenance to a 65,000sqft B747 hangar facility at Glasgow Prestwick Airport

January 2012

2012

Chevron begin to operate their own BAE Avro RJ/85 registration G-LENM from Birmingham International Airport.

January 2011

2011

After moving to a new storage facility Chevron formed the Logistics department and began to distribute aircraft spares throughout a range of operators.

January 2010

2010

Chevron Technical Services Ltd relocated Component Maintenance division to a new 34,000 sq ft facility

January 2008

2008

Chevron Technical Services were granted UAE Base and Line Maintenance Approval to cover BAe 146/RJ Aircraft. Sept 2008 Chevron Aircraft Maintenance Ltd was formed as an autonomous Base and Line Maintenance Organisation

January 2007

2007

Chevron Technical Services were granted TCCA Base and Line Maintenance Approval to cover BAe 146/RJ Aircraft and the Civil Aviation Authority granted a variation to the Workshop component ratings to include C1, C17 & C18.

January 2006

2006

Chevron Technical Services were granted a variation to the Part 145 Approval by the Civil Aviation Authority to cover Line Maintenance of DC 10-30 Aircraft located at Kemble Airfield, Gloucestershire

January 2005

2005

Chevron Technical Services begins its Base Maintenance operation in the Western end of Hangar G2 at Kemble Airfield. Operating under the EASA Part 145 Approval for base maintenance.

January 2004

2004

Chevron Technical Services gained Part 145 Approval by the Civil Aviation Authority to cover Line Maintenance of DC 10-10, BAe146/RJ series and ATP Aircraft Kemble Airfield, Gloucestershire.

January 2003

2003

Chevron Technical Services were granted a variation to the JAR 145 Approval by the Civil Aviation Authority to cover the Line Maintenance of ATP Aircraft located at BAE Systems, Woodford