Aircraft Maintenance

Chevron Aircraft Maintenance is based in our EASA & CAA approved Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering hangar facility at Glasgow Prestwick Airport, with over 65,000 square feet of maintenance capacity, capable of housing wide-bodied aircraft up to B747 size which makes CAM PIK a prime location. Situated on the southwest coast of Scotland, Glasgow Prestwick airport is open 24 hours, seven days a week with no noise restrictions. It has two major runways 2,986M (12/30) and 1,989M (03/21), and 24-hour Approach Radar Service, therefore allowing open skies access. Having access to secure aircraft parking capacity of over 250,000 square feet, CAM PIK is ideally placed to meet operators and lessor’s maintenance requirements.

Chevron Aircraft Maintenance are specialists in project management and offer a “shared interest” approach to all maintenance and modification tasks, ensuring that aircraft are returned to service on schedule, securely underpinned by engineering expertise. Chevron has grown its business by forging long-term relationships built on integrity, trust and is also one of the leading exponents of “Fixed Price” maintenance checks. Our Innovative thinking and in-house autonomy, delivers not only value and innovation to our customers, with new commercial opportunities providing greater shared values.

Whether for routine maintenance or in response to an Aircraft On Ground (AOG) situation, our dedicated maintenance technicians supported by our “In-House” specialist teams, continuously strive to reduce downtime whilst returning the aircraft to operation expeditiously in a safe and airworthy condition.

Line maintenance checks

Base maintenance up to D-check

Long or short term parking

Ad-Hoc/AOG support

Modification teams, supporting structural repairs, avionic modifications

Engine & APU changes

Aircraft reconfiguration

Aircraft acceptance & hand back support

Aircraft storage and management


Airbus A318 ,A319, A320, A321, A330, all series all engine types

Boeing B737CL, B737NG, B757, B767, B777, B737 Max and B787

BAE systems 146/RJ series