American MRO Valair Aviation receives EASA approval

posted on 17th October 2019 by William Hayes
American MRO Valair Aviation receives EASA approval

Valair Aviation, an MRO services provider at Oklahoma’s Wiley Post Airport (PWA), has received EASA Part 145 certification, granting it approval to work on Europe-registered aircraft.

An FAA-certified Part 145 repair station since 1998, the company specializes in legacy aircraft including the Beechcraft 1900, King Airs, and Beechjet; Hawkers; Bombardier Dash 8s; Cessna Citations, Conquests, and Caravans; Piper Meridians; Gulfstream G100s; Westwinds; and Aero Commanders.

“Valair is proud to be EASA certified and provide services to all of our customers, regardless of location,” said Mike Bowen, the company’s vice president of operations.

“Our team of qualified technicians perform MRO services for private, commercial, and government customers around the world and with this new designation, also service hundreds of EU-registered aircraft.”

In addition to maintenance, repair, and overhauls, the facility provides performance and surveillance modifications, complete interior refurbishments, floor plan modifications, and customized painting.

Bowen added that through Meta Aerospace Capital, its London-based equity partner, Valair has a direct connection to European customers.