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Aero Norway Adds DGCA To Approvals

Green light from Indonesian regulator further opens up South East Asia market for CFM56 engine repair specialist.

Engine MRO facility Aero Norway has obtained a Part-145 Approved Maintenance Organization Certificate from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Indonesia.

The new approval allows Indonesian operators of the -3, -5B and -7B variant access to Aero Norway’s CFM56 family engine repair services, delivered from its Stavanger workshop.

Glenford Marston, general manager - Aero Norway, said the approval further extends the engine specialist’s reach in the South East Asia region.

“South East Asia remains one of the most significant growth centres for commercial aviation across the industry and Aero Norway’s flexible approach to CFM56 maintenance programmes is well received in such a commercially competitive environment where the majority of top tier airlines operate with the CFM56 engine family,” he said.

The DGCA approval adds to existing certifications held by Aero Norway, which include regulators the FAA, EASA, TCCA, CAAC and GCAA.

Last month, the company reached the milestone of successfully completing its 150th CFM56 engine during the past 18 months.

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