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BATS now licensed to maintain Boeing aircraft

BATS offers a one-stop airworthiness and aircraft maintenance service to the industry.

BATS offers a one-stop airworthiness and aircraft maintenance service to the industry.

Bravo Aircraft Technical Services Ltd (BATS) has added the Boeing B737 (Classic and New Generation) and B777-200/300 series aircraft to the list of aircraft it is licensed to maintain.

BATS now has Transport Malta Civil Aviation Directorate ap­proval for the conduct of line maintenance, Aircraft On Ground services and routine inspections on the Airbus A320 family (in­cluding NEO), the widely ope­ra­ted B737 family with CFM 56 engines, and the B777 carrying either General Electric (GE90) or Rolls Royce (RB 211 Trent 800) engines.

BATS remains the only independent EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) Part 145 Line Maintenance facility for commercial aircraft to hold Maltese approval by Transport Malta’s Civil Aviation Directorate, and this widening of the scope of their maintenance approval reflects the determination of the Ap­proved Maintenance Organisation to establish itself as a frontrunner in the provision of premier qua­lity aircraft maintenance services in Malta and further afield.

Skilled staff based in Malta and Ireland

Fiona Healy, head of business strategy at BATS said: “BATS offers a one-stop airworthiness and aircraft maintenance service to the industry, using its skilled and professional staff based in Malta and Ireland to ensure efficiency and low turnaround time, thereby facilitating maximum aircraft utilisation and enhanced operator profit.

“The increased scope of BATS certification, achieved under the excellent oversight and guidance of the Airworthiness Inspectorate staff of the Transport Malta Civil Aviation Directorate, strengthens our position as we may now carry out maintenance work up to Weekly Check on the Boeing types, as well as up to A-Check on the Airbus A320 family aircraft.”

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