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Trenchard secures FAA Certification for Dubai MRO facility

Posted 17 February 2020 · Add Comment

Trenchard Aviation Group's MRO facility in Dubai, Aero Technics FZCO, has been confirmed as an approved Repair Station by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).


Courtesy Trenchard

 
Serving airlines across the Middle East region, Aero Technics’ facility offers a wide range of services, from repair of crew seats, galley inserts, megaphones, emergency locator transmitter, cabin and flight handsets to the overhaul of oxygen assemblies, fire extinguishers and emergency evacuation systems including slides, rafts, life vests and smoke hoods.
 
Lassaad Yousfi, General Manager of Aero Technics FZCO, commented: “This is excellent news for us and for the whole Trenchard Group.

"Together with our EASA and GCAA certifications, it further establishes our position as one of the most trusted MRO operations in the region.”
 
The FAA certification process is key to the organisation’s continuing mission to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.

Involving a high level of interaction between the applicant and the FAA, the process ensures that programmes, systems, and intended methods of compliance are thoroughly reviewed, evaluated, and tested.


 

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