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Mon, Mar 04, 2013

Nayak Aircraft Services Extends EASA Part 145 Approval For Dreamliner Service

Authorized To Perform Line Maintenance On The 787

With the recent expansion of its EASA Part 145 approval Nayak Aircraft Services is one of the first maintenance companies that is certified to perform Line Maintenance on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. As from April 1st 2013 Nayak Aircraft Services starts to offer both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on Boeing's flagship at the airports of Stockholm Arlanda (Sweden), Schiphol Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Oslo Gardermoen (Norway).

Nayak Aircraft Services says it is one of the first European companies to add this capability. The innovative company is further strengthening its leading position as reliable MRO partner for airlines and OEM’s, benefiting from the growing global interest in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. In order to get the EASA Part 145 approval, Nayak Aircraft Services has made the largest investment in its nearly 40-year existence in the area of training, spare parts and test equipment.
 
This is due to the fact that the Boeing 787 Dreamliner differs significantly from traditional aircraft when it comes to design, extensive use of composites and its innovative electrical systems.

Later this year NAYAK expects to extend its EASA Part 145 approval to include base maintenance (through phase 14) for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. It is certainly not the first time that Nayak Aircraft Services sees its pioneering spirit rewarded when it comes to obtaining approvals for new aircraft types in the Netherlands. Previously, this was also the case with the Dassault Falcon 900 EX (1998), Airbus A300 B4 (1998), Airbus A320 (1999), Dassault Falcon 2000 (2000) and Embraer 190 (2008). Meanwhile, the international group Nayak holds approvals on more than 30 different aircraft. The international Nayak group offers maintenance services to over 100 airlines across 25 stations in 12 different countries.

FMI: www.nayak.aero

 


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