What it takes to ﬂy.
We’re proud to service the following
Aircraft, Engines and APUs.
And even prouder to serve
satisﬁed clients such as these.
“Over the years, Delta TechOps has been an
excellent partner in our 767 operations and we
are delighted to continue the partnership for our
A330 program. Delta’s extensive network as well
as the commitment and expertise of their technical
staff allowed for a seamless induction of the A330
into Hawaiian’s ﬂeet and its continued support.”
— Hawaiian Airlines
“Delta TechOps offers the experience, technical
expertise and ﬂexibility we need. As a smaller
operator, an MRO’s ability to pick up and support
tasks outside our core businesses is critical.
Delta TechOps’ broad range of services along
with a huge network and complete support
capabilities provide enormous value.”
— Cimber Sterling
We maintain the world’s largest ﬂeet.
But we don’t stop there. Because the experience we gain from maintaining the world’s largest ﬂeet
enables Delta TechOps to deliver the same operational expertise, quality and responsiveness to
We see the big picture. And the smallest details.
As the technical division of Delta Air Lines, we understand the importance of uptime and the costs
reliability while reducing your operating costs.
To deliver on our unwavering commitment, Delta TechOps offers comprehensive Complete Fleet™
and line maintenance. We can even provide technical training, engineering support, inventory
And at every step along the way, we treat your aircraft with the same level of care that we provide
our own ﬂeet.
That’s what it takes to ﬂy.
What it takes to keep your ﬂeet moving,
along with your schedule.
systems and experience to make it happen.
To ensure prompt service and ﬂexibility, Delta
TechOps operates maintenance facilities in
light maintenance for both narrow body and
wide body aircraft, and our Atlanta Technical
Operations Center (TOC) offers much more.
square feet (about 47 football ﬁelds) and was
speciﬁcally designed to provide a smooth ﬂow
of work and material. Aircraft work is done in
one area, engine work in another, components
in yet another, and they’re all tied together by
system capable of delivering material and
we have the space, equipment and dedicated
body and 4 narrow body
body and 6 narrow body aircraft
7 narrow body and
feet (6 football ﬁelds)
hangars with capacity
for 3 wide body aircraft
APU test cells
Letter Checks per year
Our performance is certiﬁable.
Delta TechOps is certiﬁed around the world for the maintenance of aircraft, engines and
components. We hold the following approvals of the respective authorities.
Unlike your planes, our commitment
never levels off.
For more than seven decades, Delta TechOps
has been responsible for making Delta Air
Lines one of the most reliable ﬂeets in the
world. While our facilities and equipment are
formidable, it’s our workforce of the most
highly trained and passionate maintenance
technicians that sets us apart.
At Delta TechOps, the average length of
service for an Aviation Maintenance Technician
(AMT) with an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P)
certiﬁcate is 14 years, and the average length
of service for an AMT Inspector with an A&P
certiﬁcate is 19 years.
With a ﬂexible workforce, our technicians are
among the most productive in the industry.
Our technical dispatch reliability is greater than
97 percent ﬂeetwide. And to keep our expertise
on the cutting edge, we encourage our entire
workforce to pursue continuing education,
training and advanced computer knowledge.
Our commitment to excellence is obvious to those whose ﬂeets we are proud to maintain.
But it is also exempliﬁed by the numerous awards we continue to receive, including:
has earned the FAA’s Level 3 Certiﬁcations
Learn more about our
Complete Fleet Services:
Repair Station ID: D A L R 0 2 6 A
Toll Free: 866.MRO.DELTA (676.3358)