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January 2018

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ASAM, the Airport Assistance Company of Mali, has announced its certification as an EASA Approved Maintenance Organisation with the ability to offer line maintenance services in West Africa for Airbus A320 Family and Boeing 737 (300/400/500/600/700/800) aircraft at the Modibo Keita-Sénou international airport in Bamako, Mali. This is due to a partnership with French company AMC Aviation, which is already an EASA AMO and has received approval for the Bamako station. This allows ASAM, under the ASAM Technics label, to perform maintenance and issue a Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) for an aircraft registered in any member country of the European Union or registered with EASA. This makes ASAM one of the first non-airline AMOs in West Africa. The first maintenance was completed by ASAM Technics technicians on an A320 of Aigle Azur.

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Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has become the first entity in the Czech Republic certified by the Civil Aviation Authority to provide line maintenance for the new Airbus A320neo and Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The certification process took about a year, out of which about half was dedicated to the training of staff. The Boeing 737 MAX training took place directly at the Boeing facilities in Seattle, while the Airbus A320neo training was performed with approved European training organisations.

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