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Etihad Airways Accredited To Provide Aircraft Maintenance

Etihad Airways is now fully accredited to provide maintenance services on a range of aircraft for all European carriers.  The European Aviation Safety Agency awarded the UAE national carrier EASA Part 145 certification following a successful comprehensive audit by the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA).  The certification means that Etihad Airway’s technical division can now provide line maintenance services on all Airbus A319, A320, A330, A340, and Boeing B777 Aircraft types for all European carriers.

Etihad Airways Executive Vice President for technical, Werner Rothenbaecher, said “Receiving this important certification effectively validates our technical capabilities and means we can expand our MRO services to handle European carriers, both at our Abu Dhabi hub and also at our satellite bases overseas.”
 

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