Nomad Technics receives EASA Part-145 Maintenance Approval Extension

posted on 28th October 2020 by Eddie Saunders
Nomad Technics receives EASA Part-145 Maintenance Approval Extension

Nomad Technics has received the EASA Part-145 Maintenance Approval Extension to perform Base Maintenance work up to C-checks on the entire Airbus 320 family and the Boeing B737NG series. The maintenance approval extension is issued by the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA/EASA).

Nomad Technics can now perform Base Maintenance work including C-checks on the entire range of Airbus A320 family aircraft. This includes also A318, A319 , A320 and A 321 Corporate Jets, both Classic and CFM LEAP-1A powered Neo aircraft types. The company is also authorized to carry out Base Maintenance on Boeing B737NG series aircraft, including BBJ, BBJ2 and BBJ3 types. The maintenance services provider offers a variety of maintenance tasks, such as A to C-checks, out of phase work, engine change, implementation and execution of Airworthiness Directives (AD’s) and Service Bulletins (SB’s), avionics and airframe structural modifications, cabin interior upgrades and AOG support.

“We are proud to have successfully demonstrated to the authorities that we comply with EASA regulations to provide Base maintenance checks”, says Christian Sacker, Director Quality, Safety & Compliance at Nomad Technics. „Operators of Airbus ACJ 320 family and Boeing BBJ 737 series aircraft can depend on our flexibility, expertise in airframe maintenance and cabin upgrades, approachable and dedicated people and the commitment to fulfill individual customer needs when entrusting their assets to our company”, adds Roman Hug, VP/General Manager of Nomad Technics.