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Texel Air Gets EASA Part 145 Approval

New regulatory approval covers line maintenance for Airbus, Boeing narrowbody aircraft.

Bahrain-based airline and maintenance provider Texel Air has gained EASA Part 145 approval for two new aircraft types.

Under the new certification, Texel has added Airbus 320 family and Boeing 737 classic and next-generation family aircraft types to its line maintenance offering from its facility at Bahrain International Airport.

According to Texel, founded in 2013, the decision to expand its approvals was driven by demand from existing and new customers.

Fraser Currie, CEO and accountable manager at Texel Air, said: “This builds on Texel Air’s investment into aircraft maintenance to capitalise on existing infrastructure that was initially setup to support its organic airline,” Currie said. “Our goal is to be a quality service provider with maximum flexibility to its customers while being a cost effective solution.”

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