While an aircraft is parked for extended periods of time, the engines are exposed to the elements and are vulnerable to potential damage and unnecessary wear and tear that can be caused by:

  • Winds: either high or low winds will cause the fans to continuously rotate (wind milling), resulting in premature wear out of the bearings.
  • Bird nests: Birds can take as little as one day to begin making a nest.
  • Storms: If parked outside during a storm, sand, snow or hail can blast the inlet/exhaust, damaging the rim and fan, and reducing the efficiency and life of the engine.

Simply and quickly protect from costly damages and grounding with one of our Aircraft Engine “Nacelle” Covers.

Aircraft Engine Covers Characteristics:

  • High resistance to UV rays
  • Flame retardant (FAR 25.853)
  • Water repellent & mildew resistant
  • Lightweight form fitted design
  • Safely & rapidly installed from the ground
  • Customizable to suit your requirements
  • Available in a partial or full engine configuration

We specialize mainly in Bombardier aircraft; however, many of our products can fit other aircraft with minor adjustments. We are always looking to expand our product line to help assure all aircraft are properly protected.

We have products to fit:


Pratt & Whitney Canada PW305A

Bombardier Learjet 60XR


Honeywell HTF series / AS907

Bombardier Challenger 300/350 (1-1A / 2-1A) / Embraer Legacy 450/500, Praetor 500/600 (3-1E) / Gulfstream G280 (2-1G) / Cessna Citation Longitude (2-1S)


General Electric CF-34 series

Bombardier Challenger 601-650 (3) / Bombardier CRJ 700/900/1000 (8C) now Mitsubishi MRJ / Embraer E170 / E190 / Comac ARJ21 (10A)


Rolls-Royce Tay 611

Gulfstream GIV-X / G450 (8C)


Rolls-Royce BR700 series

Bombardier GX, Global 5000/6000 (710A2-20) / Bombardier Global 5500/6500 (710D5-21 Pearl15) / Gulfstream V (710-C4-11) / Gulfstream G550 (710A1-10)


General Electric Passport

Bombardier Global 7500 (PP20)


Pratt & Whitney PW1000

Airbus A200-100 / 300 (1000G)

Contact us for more information regarding the possibility of adapting an existing cover or developing a new cover for the needs of your aircraft / program.