European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) extended EASA PART-145 certificate of AVIAHELP repair station following the results of the latest audit
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European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) extended EASA part-145 certificate following the result of the latest audit conducted at the AVIAHELP repair station in Moscow.
Another EASA Part-145 certificate extension is a true professional assessment of the employees of the AVIAHELP repair station and the evidence of our high quality service.
The mentioned EASA audit gave another proof that our repair station works in accordance with the QMS and work procedures requirements providing high and solid level of aviation safety.
The updated certificate entitles our repair station to inspect and make repairs according to Ratings С1, С3, С5 (Chapter ATA 21, 23, 24, 33, 34), including the equipment for air conditioning , electrical, radio communication, navigation systems as well as internal and external lighting.
Currently our specialists are capable to perform repairs of rechargers for accumulator batteries for all aircraft types, switch panels for Boeing 737CL/NG (new age and classic), generator control units for Boeing 737CL, pneumatic valves of air conditioning system of Boeing 737CL/NG and Boeing 767, headphones, flashing lights for different types of Boeing 737CL/NG, Boeing 747, Boeing 767, landing lamp for Boeing 737CL, and range and magnetic indicators for Boeing 757.
At the present day we have the following Russian airlines among our clients: «I Fly», «VIM-AVIA», «Donavia», «Ir Aero», «Kogalymavia», «Nordavia», «ROSSIYA», «Nord Wind», «Transaero», «UTair», «Yakutia».
«AVIAHELP is a leading player of the Russian market of aviation spares dynamically expanding its activities – Ekaterina Savelyeva – the company’s General Director said». – It’s pleasant to note that even within this framework the last year growth of the operations performed by our repair station was the highest among our segments and resulted in 110%. I believe that the extension of EASA Part-145 certificate let us keep on developing our in-house repair station at record-breaking pace».
It should be noted that in 2009 the repair station of AVAIHELP GROUP JSC located in Moscow became the first independent repair station non-associated with any aircraft operator and EASA certified for maintenance of western aircraft blocks and units.
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