Technodinamika Confirms Component Repair Centre For 2016

Russian MRO Technodinamika has said it plans to open a component repair centre close to Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport in anticipation of gaining EASA Part 145 and Russia’s FAP 145 certificates in February 2016.

Russian MRO Technodinamika has said it plans to open a component repair centre close to Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport in anticipation of gaining EASA Part 145 and Russia’s FAP 145 certificates in February 2016.

Technodinamika said the facility will initially have capabilities for the repair of navigation, communication and oxygen equipment, along with de-icing and fire prevention for aircraft including the Sukhoi Superjet, the 737 and the A320.

It also plans to obtain Part 21 certification as well as adding MC-21 components.

Technodinamika CEO Oleg Vassilyev said the firm chose the location of Vnukovo as it is “easily accessible for clients” while providing the right operational space.

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