Published on April 28th, 2021 | by Alan Dwyer0
Atlantic Receives EASA Approval for Line Maintenance of the Airbus A320ceo (CFM56)
Shannon based, Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) have extended its EASA Part 145 approval to include line maintenance for the Airbus A320ceo family for aircraft types with CFM56 engines. In addition to AAG’s existing services, the approval now includes the A318, A319, A320 and A321 aircraft types. AAG is already an established provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) for Boeing aircraft, offering customers base and line maintenance for 737, 757 and 767 aircraft. The recent expansion into the Airbus market allows accommodation for current and prospect customer requests for line maintenance of A320 family types with CFM56 engines.
Commenting following the receipt of the EASA approval, CCO of Atlantic Aviation Group, Bernard Fitzpatrick said, “We have seen an increase in requests from customers to provide maintenance for Airbus aircraft due to its increase in popularity in the market, and now we are thrilled to be able to offer line maintenance to this family of aircraft with CFM56 engine types. Our highly skilled workforce has many years of experience in maintaining this engine type on Boeing’s 737 aircraft, and we look forward to providing the same quality service to customers with the Airbus A320ceo Family fleet.”
In recent weeks, AAG presented two cheques to local charities after the company raised a total of €29,063 from a number of fundraising event through the company’s ‘Making a Difference’ initiative. From the total raised, AAG presented €14,243 to Bunratty Search & Rescue and €14,820 to Milford Care Centre.