Pall Aerospace receives EASA Part 21J.477 DOA
The European Aerospace Safety Agency granted Pall Aerospace Europe Part 21J.477 Design Organization Approval (DOA). This approval enables Pall Aerospace to approve minor repairs and changes to aircraft-related environmental control systems (ECS) and related electrical systems. The approval also certifies Pall Aerospace to design and certify minor changes and minor repairs to aircraft-related hydro-mechanical, power plant/fuel, and secondary airframe structures.
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Air New Zealand Aviation Institute Aircraft Maintenance program reaches two milestones
The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute celebrates the success of 15 students graduating from the first EASA aircraft maintenance course in Christchurch. In 2012, the Aviation Institute became the first New Zealand organization to be granted approval by the European aviation regulator to train students for this qualification. The institute also obtained New Zealand Qualifications Authority approval for its EASA 147 Approved Basic Training Course and accreditation to deliver the program as a New Zealand Level 5 Diploma.
Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services opens new facility in Shenzhen
Lufthansa Technik Logistik Services opened a new facility in the Chinese city of Shenzhen. The new facility is located at Lufthansa Technik Shenzhen, a subsidiary of Lufthansa Technik established for supply and maintenance of components and aircraft structures made of composite material. There are more than 30 employees at the LTLS in Shenzhen and the new site features a custom warehouse with 2,100 m² of space as well as a central incoming goods and shipping area.
Volo Direct moves to newly renovated 40,000 sq. ft. facility
Volo Direct, a Dumont Group company, has moved into a newly renovated 40,000 sq. ft. warehouse and office space. This expansion will increase the number of aircraft parts in Volo Direct’s inventory. re