Cheadle, Greater Manchester (PRWEB UK) 12 November 2014
This exciting development allows BOSA the ability to offer its customers triple release certification in accordance with the Maintenance Annex Guidance (document) derived from the Bi-lateral agreement reached between Europe and the United States.
BOSA therefore now hold European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) and Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) approval to maintain, repair and certify aircraft components in the categories C1, C6, C7,C15, C17, C18 or Limited Airframe, Accessories and Limited Specialised Services, in FAA language.
Broadly speaking, these approvals cover aircraft Air Conditioning, Galley and Pneumatic systems. Emergency systems including APU, Oxygen and Ice/Rain/Fire protection equipment is also incorporated with in BOSA's capability. Pooled spares supply organisations may now be supported more effectively as, with triple release certification, repaired parts will be compliant with the needs of aircraft operators worldwide.
Richard Weir Commercial Director commented, "This service development continues to demonstrate BOSA's commitment to offering our core capability to a truly worldwide aircraft fleet, along with world class customer service and enable further organic growth in to 2015 and beyond."
Founded by highly experienced engineers, environmental and customer service specialists, BOSA offers its clients truly unique Component Maintenance and Repair solutions for commercial aircraft, specialising in Boeing and Airbus. BOSA assists its clients by addressing and reducing supply chain turn times, environmental impact and repair costs.
Maintenance Repair Organisations and Commercial Aircraft Operators interested to learn about BOSA and can visit http://www.bosaerospace.com or contact BOSA on +44 161 486 0170 for more information.