Friday December 1st, IAC commenced operations at their newest facility in Teruel, Spain, welcoming their first customer. This project took over 18 months for IAC to reach this milestone, from initially going through a competitive tender to securing the facility, followed by a significant upgrade to the facility. Creating 80 jobs for the region, this new widebody facility increases IAC’s number of facilities to 11 worldwide. IAC’s core business involves aircraft painting, aviation technical services, aircraft interior refurbishment and aircraft graphic solutions. IAC also provides engineering services and asset management solutions to help customers ensure regulatory compliance through its Eirtech Aviation Services (EAS) division. IAC’s global customer base includes aircraft manufacturers, commercial airlines, aircraft leasing companies, air cargo carriers and governments.
The president of the Teruel Airport Consortium, José Luis Soro, said: “”The arrival of IAC at Teruel Airport completes the aircraft maintenance cycle, making the airport more competitive compared to other facilities in Europe and supports our long-term growth plans”.