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Mark and Heather Story

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Heather and I believe aviation is the most exciting, and challenging industry in the world.  In 1997, we created The Fuel Cell with a vision of establishing ourselves among the elite of repair facilities. The team that we have brought together shares our goals and we are making Reliability a Reality for you.


With more than 15 years of excellence in the aviation industry, The Fuel Cell team would like to thank customers around the world for helping us in accomplishing our goals as well as meeting and exceeding our customers' expectations.  If you have any additional requests, please feel free to contact us.

 

Recent News


 

The Fuel Cell Announces Expanded Licensing Agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems

 

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, -- July 7th, 2014 – The Fuel Cell, a leading provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul of jet aircraft fuel components, announced that it has expanded its licensing agreement with UTC Aerospace Systems to include the repair and overhaul of main fuel pumps for the GE CF6-80 engines.

 

“The expansion of the licensing agreement to now include the CF6 main fuel pumps is the result of a successful working relationship that UTC Aerospace Systems and The Fuel Cell have developed over the years, one which has enabled both companies to provide high quality customer care and support to airline customers around the world,” said Jim Patrick, vice president of Customer Service for UTC Aerospace Systems’ Power, Controls and Sensing Systems segment.

 

The Fuel Cell’s President, Mark Story, said, “We are extremely delighted that UTC Aerospace Systems has once again recognized our dedication to providing consistently reliable fuel component overhaul services and look forward to a continued expansion of our relationship.”

 

The Fuel Cell currently provides fuel component maintenance, repair and overhaul services to many of the world’s major airlines and offers expansive capabilities on Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce and GE engine fuel components, for Boeing, McDonnell Douglas, Airbus and Lockheed aircraft.