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The company also will provide its airworthiness and engineering subject matter expertise to support other elements of the Life Cycle Management Center (LCMC) for U.
WestJet said it complies with all applicable directives issued by the country where the aircraft is manufactured, in addition to any applicable airworthiness directives issued by Transport Canada, European Aviation Safety Industry and the Federal Aviation Administration.
We will now be able to improve further our safety and airworthiness standard through tighter control and improved compliance that will also lead to a greater aircraft technical dispatch reliability, on-time performance and higher aircraft availability.
The CAMO approval not only recognises Gulf Air's compliance with the highest standards of airworthiness and safety regulations, but also its in-house capability to achieve and maintain such high standards for our fleet," said Gulf Air chief executive officer Samer Majali.
The GCAA had set up a special technical committee to determine airworthiness of the foreign aircraft flying to the UAE airports, in cooperation with international specialised organisations.
Singh also said that age of a chopper was not intrinsic to its airworthiness.
Alaska Airlines has been working with Boeing and the FAA for two weeks on compliance with the airworthiness directive related to wire bundling.
The key to ensuring airworthiness and successful integration of anything in a complex system is system safety engineering, the function that joins together the disparate engineering functions and test and evaluation and that ensures the overall safety of the components, integration, and design.
The airworthiness directive will eventually be issued to BA by the Civil Aviation Authority and to Air France by the French civil aviation authority, the DGAC.
Businessman Xavier McAuliffe, 50, was fined pounds 8,000 at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court after admitting flying without a proper flight permit or certificate of airworthiness and banned from holding a pilot's licence for seven years.
With the DMIR designation, Lake is approved to perform various functions on behalf of the FAA such as the issuance of Original Airworthiness Certificates (Form 8130-3) and Export Airworthiness Certificates for PKB TSO-C149 Aircraft Bearings.
FL Technics declared that it has added the Sukhoi Superjet 100-95 to its Engineering and Continuing Airworthiness Management capabilities.
Implementation of new rules for pilot licensing (including medical certification) across the EU is part of a process that has already seen EASA take responsibility for other areas of aviation policy, including flight operations and airworthiness.
This is a very significant milestone for our national carrier and a great recognition of our skills and capabilities,' said Gulf Air director of engineering and airworthiness Jamal Hashim, who headed the project team.
MANAMA: Global aviation and airworthiness specialist Avisa is expanding its services in the Middle East after securing another major contract with Gulf Air.