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Significant Scope of Work extension at Direct Maintenance
Direct Maintenance is pleased to announce a significant extension of the 'Scope of Work' under its existing EASA Part-145 approval. The following aircraft-engine combinations have been added and are now available for line maintenance support including Certification of Release to Service:
- A320NEO with CFM LEAP-1A engines
- A380-800 now including RR Trent engine model
- B787 Dreamliner, now including B787-9 with both GEnx and RR Trent engines
- Embraer 170 with GE CF34 engines
- Embraer 190 with GE CF34 engines
The updated 'Scope of Work' now allows Direct Maintenance to perform aircraft line maintenance services, including Certification of Release to Service, on an amazing number of 56 different aircraft-engine combinations. For a full and comprehensive overview of our 'Scope of Work' please click here.
Roger Meels, Director Sales & Marketing at Direct Maintenance comments: "We are always in close communication with our customer airlines and future clients, to ensure we can cover their needs in full. As a line maintenance provider who is highly customer oriented, we must always be aware of changing needs and anticipate on new requirements swiftly in line with airline deadlines. We are fortunate to have launch customers in place for all our latest Scope of Work extensions and I'm pleased to learn we are satisfying our airline customers accordingly."
Direct Maintenance is currently in the process of preparing for more upcoming Scope of Work extensions. Extensive training programs are ongoing to be prepared for the future. Stay tuned!
Are you in need of A320NEO support, line maintenance coverage on Embraer 170 and 190 family aircraft, or operating B787-8/9, please do not hesitate to contact Roger Meels today!