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Texel Air gets EASA Part 145 for its Bahrain MRO

Posted 4 April 2017 · Add Comment

Bahrain-based Texel Air has received its initial EASA Part 145 approval which became effective 21 March 2017, the company announced today.


An established airline and MRO based at Bahrain’s international airport has significant experience in narrow body aircraft, and has now extended its maintenance services to include Airbus 320 family and Boeing 737 Classic and NG family under its newly acquired EASA 145 approval.
The company said that this will further expand and enhance the company’s service offerings to build on existing capability at the Muharraq Airport. The decision to seek EASA 145 approval was to meet the growing demand from existing and new customers. The approval provides coverage for Line Maintenance services for Airbus A318, A319, A320, A321 and both Classic and New Generation Boeing B737’s.
CEO Fraser Currie said - "We are delighted to add EASA Part 145 to our existing capabilities as we will now be able to offer line maintenance services to regional aircraft from a wider geographical range. This builds on Texel Air’s investment into aircraft maintenance to capitalise on existing infrastructure that was initially setup to support its organic airline. Our goal is a be a quality service provider with maximum flexibility to its customers while being a cost effective solution”.
 

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