EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering extends EASA approval

As EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering is seeking for continuous improvement, the company succeeded to add the aircraft types B757-200/300, B767-200/300, Airbus A330-200/30 powered by GE CF6 and Embraer E190/195 to its capability to serve EgyptAir fleet as well as attracting more customers operating different aircraft types.

This was after the successful EASA audit on EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering to renew the validity of its approval certificate. The audit was conducted in two phase:

The first phase: was conducted on the activities in outstations in Jeddah, Riyadh and Dammam in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The result of this audit reveals the perfect compliance with the regulatory requirements.

In the second phase: A complete audit was performed on all the company's activities and the related facilities in which the activities are exercised in line maintenance, base maintenance, all overhaul workshops and engine workshops. All activities and applicable procedures were checked even interviews were conducted with the staff to evaluate their competency with respect to understanding the rules of regulations together with the company's procedures and the technical tasks they are assigned to perform.

Noteworthy, EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering is one of the biggest MRO providers in the Middle East and Africa for Airbus, Boeing and Embraer types. With more than 78 years history, EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering serves more than 100 airlines in Europe, Middle East and Africa with a high potential workforce to satisfy its increasing customers with total care maintenance solutions.

Source: EgyptAir Maintenance & Engineering

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