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February 2018

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Direct Maintenance has announced a significant extension of the ‘Scope of Work’ under its existing EASA Part-145 approval. The following aircraft-engine combinations have been added and are now available for line maintenance support including Certification of Release to Service:


• Airbus A320neo with CFM LEAP-1A engines

• Airbus A380-800 now including RR Trent engine model

• Boeing 787 Dreamliner, now including 787-9 with both GE GEnx and Rolls-Royce Trent engines


• Embraer 170 with GE CF34 engines

• Embraer 190 with GE CF34 engines


The updated ‘Scope of Work’ now allows Direct Maintenance to perform aircraft line maintenance services, including Certification of Release to Service, on 56 different aircraft/engine combinations.


SR Technics has just announced that it opened a line maintenance station in Manchester, UK. Operations started in November 2017 and cover the Airbus A330 and the Boeing 787. Other aircraft types, like the Airbus A350 and other standard Airbus and Boeing aircraft, are expected to be added in the near future.


Direct Maintenance has been appointed to provide easyJet with night stop and transit maintenance at Berlin-Tegel Airport.

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