Committed to the highest standards of safety, reliability, and quick service.
Top Shop Finalist
In addition to being a Top Shop Finalist for APU Repair, NExTMRO remains one of the leading go-to MRO's on The145.com
European Aviation Safety Agency
NExT MRO meets all requirements for the European Union under the EASA Part 145 for aviation repair stations and we are recognized as an aircraft maintenance repair and overhaul organization located in the United States.
One Stop Independent MRO
Full In-House Capabilities
Aerospace Engineering Group (USA)
Aerospace Engineering Group (Spain)
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CIMA Aeronautica S.I.
Our Story & Leadership Team
NExT MRO, located in Miami, FL, was founded in 2015 by Noel Aguilera with a singular purpose: to become a best-of-class, international, one-stop MRO, able to address the entire spectrum of aircraft component maintenance, repair, and overhaul needs. NExT MRO is an FAA/EASA certified repair station with a 40,000 square ft facility. NExT MRO specializes in the repair and overhaul of Landing Gear, APU, and their respective generators, CSD/IDG, hydraulic and pneumatic components for most commercial, military, and cargo aircrafts.
At NExT MRO we are dedicated to continuously growing, improving, and evolving whilst being devoted to the highest standards of safety, reliability and quick service. These guiding principles are what navigate our team and enable us to provide world-class service to our customers.
About Our CEO
Noel Aguilera has over 32 years of Aviation experience. He has co-founded and founded multiple companies, including Quality Avionics, Paramount Aviation, which sold to Trivest and became Avborne Accessories.
In 2001 Noel founded the Aerospace Engineering Group which consists of three locations in Spain, still under his control and ownership. He also founded the Summit Group, which consisted of Summit Aerospace, Avionics International and Summit Accessory Service (formally AirOps). The Summit Group was sold in 2014, and subsequently formed NExT MRO, which is part of the AEG family.