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KLM UK Engineering adds Bahrain CAA Approval to its Maintenance Portfolio

Posted 25 October 2017 · Add Comment

AFI KLM E&M subsidiary is delighted to announce the addition of Bahrain CAA approval to its portfolio from September 2017.

A European leader in the regional jets & narrow body aircraft market and having an internationally acknowledged expertise on the Embraer 170/190, BAe146/Avro RJ, Fokker 70/100, Boeing 737 & Airbus A320 Family, KLM UK Engineering has extended its services to include Bahrain CAA approval to meet the growing demands from its customer base. This latest offering complements the existing portfolio at KLM UK Engineering's base maintenance facility, where it can maintain 5 lines of heavy maintenance, provide onsite workshop support and operates a technical training college delivering Part 147.
 
Graham Casbourne, Sales Manager commented "We currently hold EASA Part 145, FAA and many other worldwide approvals and we are delighted to be adding Bahrain CAA to our extensive portfolio. We will continue to offer a competitive rate, high quality product & short turnaround times to this new market.  We have a wealth of experience delivering heavy maintenance services and it will enable us to broaden our customer base to new regions. We look forward to welcoming our first customer that will benefit from this latest approval addition during October 2017".
 

 

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