A division of Delta Air Lines, Delta TechOps is a full-service aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) provider with more than 11,000 seasoned professionals system-wide. We offer our customers the same operational expertise, quality and service that enables Delta Air Lines to enjoy industry-leading performance in our fleet of more than 850 aircraft.
Our seasoned team of engineers, technicians and inspectors boast an average of about 20 years in the field.
Our home base in Atlanta covers 2.7 million square feet, and our building in Minneapolis-St. Paul spans an area the size of six football fields.
As a founding member of the SkyTeam® global airline alliance, Delta TechOps strives for top-notch service with an emphasis on safety and compliance. That’s why we maintain the highest standards of excellence—so you can be sure your fleet is getting the very best.
USA: FAA - 121 Certified Air Carrier No. DALA026A
FAA certification stating Delta Air Lines, including Delta TechOps’ aircraft MRO infrastructure (processes, programs, systems, and intended methods of compliance), meets the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 14 for Aeronautics and Space Part 121 Operating Requirements: Domestic, Flag, and Supplemental Operations for the USA and is able to devise, file, execute, and inspect safety critical processes that comply with rules and safety standards as well as manage hazard-related risks in operating environments.
Certified by the FAA that the MRO repair station meets Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 14 for Aeronautics and Space Part 145 for Repair Stations. This certification is received after the evaluation of compliance to the appropriate regulations and safe operating practices of the MRO facility, personnel, equipment, and operating rules.
Meets certification requirements for the European Union under the European Aviation Safety Agency Part 145 for aviation repair stations and recognized as an aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul organization located in the United States.
Certified by the Dirección Nacional de Aeronavegabilidad (National Airworthiness Directorate of Argentina) as an aviation repair station meeting the required standards for an airline and aircraft maintenance organization.
Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil Brazil (National Civil Aviation Agency of Brazil) has certified Delta TechOps for complying with requirements as an establishment of a MRO to perform maintenance, alterations and/or repairs to aircraft engines, aircraft instruments, airframe and aircraft accessories depending on specific rating and class categories.
Accepted by Transport Canada Civil Aviation as an approved maintenance organization under the Federal Aviation Administration in accordance with the Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) and FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 43-10.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation of Chile (Dirección General de Aeronáutica Civil de Chile) has certified Delta TechOps as an approved aircraft and airline maintenance repair company for meeting standards for Part 145.
China (PR): CAAC – 145 Approved Maintenance Organization No. F00100401
Certified by The Civil Aviation Administration of China as an approved maintenance organization to complete airframe and airline maintenance as well as component maintenance, engine repairs, and line maintenance.
Delta TechOps is certified by Japan’s Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) in accordance with Article 20, Paragraph 2 of Civil Aeronautics Law to offer maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services to operators licensed by the Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB).
Delta TechOps meets The Republic of Korea Civil Aviation Safety Authority (KCASA) requirements for documentation, training, manuals, safety, personnel and quality management system to provide maintenance and alterations to aircraft and airlines at approved maintenance facilities.
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) has certified Delta TechOps airline maintenance repair and overhaul meeting requirements for Part 145 to fulfill aircraft and airline maintenance services.
Support of Technical Operations by repairing, servicing, and overhaul of aircraft components, engines, landing gear, auxiliary power units and thrust reversers internally for Delta Air Lines and externally for other air carriers and maintenance facilities.
For the status of any of these STCs with respect to 14 CFR 26.47 and 14 CFR 26.49 compliance, or for any other information including availability for purchase of these STCs, contact us at [email protected]
For seven decades, the strong leadership behind Delta TechOps has helped make Delta Air Lines one of the most reliable fleets in the world. You can enjoy confidence and peace of mind knowing our collective experience and unbeatable management will work to ensure your planes are airborne, your fleet maintained, and your carrier profitable.
CEO, Delta Air Lines, Inc.
As CEO of Delta Air Lines, Ed Bastian leads a team of 80,000 global professionals that is building the world’s premier international airline. A 20-year Delta veteran, Ed has been a critical leader in Delta’s long-term strategy and champion of putting Delta’s shared values of honesty, integrity, respect, perseverance and servant leadership at the core of every decision. He grew up in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and graduated from St. Bonaventure University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration.
SVP Technical Operations, Delta TechOps
Don Mitacek is the Senior Vice President – Delta Technical Operations (TechOps) and Delta Private Jets (DPJ). In this role, he is responsible for driving the engineering and maintenance strategies for TechOps. Don attended Lewis University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Aviation Maintenance Management and has an MBA from St. Mary’s College in Moraga, California.
COO, Delta Air Lines
Gil West is Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Delta Air Lines. He leads the team responsible for safe, reliable operations for more than 80,000 employees, including TechOps. Gil attended North Carolina State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. Additionally, he received an MBA from National University in San Diego.
Mike Moore is Senior Vice President - Maintenance Operations & MRO Services for the airline's Technical Operations (TechOps) department and Senior Vice President - Delta Flight Products (DFP), a wholly owned subsidiary focused on developing the next generation of in-cabin features. Mike has more than 30 years of aviation experience, beginning his career in the Air Force and starting his commercial aviation career at Chromalloy Georgia. Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Management, an MBA in Business Administration and has his A&P License.
Looking for a rewarding career? Spread your wings with Delta TechOps as you help create and maintain the highest levels of safety, comfort and convenience in aviation.
We hire for the following positions:
Aircraft Pre-Flight Inspectors
Examine safety conditions of the exterior and interior of aircraft before take-off.
Aircraft Support Mechanics
Assist mechanics by performing various non-technical functions while practicing safety conscious behaviors.
Aviation Maintenance Technicians
Inspect, implement or oversee maintenance and alterations of aircraft and aircraft systems.
Ensure there are no flaws or threats to aircraft engines while following proper inspection methods.
Perform machining operations while operating a variety of machine tools.
Parts Supply Associates
Manage inventory stock of items and assist in delivery of those items to aviation mechanics and aircraft engineers.
Perform fusion welding on aircraft and ground support equipment following proper welding procedures specification.