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May 2018

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Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has become the first independent organisation in Europe to successfully pass the certification process and receive the approval of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) to perform line maintenance services for Chinese airlines. Its employees can now verify aircraft post-maintenance airworthiness without having to request the presence of the official airline technician. At this point, the certificate covers the line maintenance of Airbus A330 and Boeing 767 and 777 aircraft operated by China Eastern Airlines but the company is now working on extending the certification to cover all Chinese airlines operating to and from Václav Havel Airport Prague.

Direct Maintenance has launched a new EASA Part-145 certified line maintenance station at Maastricht Aachen Airport. This allows Direct Maintenance to offer services on the full suite of 56 aircraft/engine combinations as per its approved Scope of Work. This includes latest generation aircraft models such as Airbus A320neo, A330, Boeing 747-8,
787 and 777.


FEAM Maintenance/Engineering has signed a three-year agreement with Airbus to provide line maintenance services for Flight Hour Services -Tailored Support Package (FHS-TSP) customers. FEAM’s new partnership with Airbus will result in the opening of three new airport line maintenance operations this year to support Airbus A321neoLR type aircraft under FEAM’s EASA 145 approval. These will be at Boston Logan International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport.


KLM UK Engineering will support SAS with Airbus A320 Family and Boeing 737 line maintenance support in Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

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