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Diamond Aircraft Authorized Service Centre established by airBaltic Training

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Latvia Aircraft: Airplanes

Diamond Aircraft Industries continues to expand its technical support network in Europe.  airBaltic Training has received certification to establish an Authorized Service Centre for Diamond Aircraft at its base in Liepaja International Airport, Latvia.

Pauls Cālītis, airBaltic Chief Operations Officer: “Our state-of-the-art Diamond Aircraft fleet is one the success factors for the airBaltic Pilot Academy, which is the go-to program for aspiring Baltic pilots. By establishing the first Authorized Service Centre for Diamond Aircraft in the Baltics, we are strengthening our capabilities and creating new jobs in Liepaja.”

Reinhard Schwaiger, Team Leader Civil Aircraft Sales at Diamond Aircraft Industries GmbH in Austria: “Diamond Aircraft and airBaltic Training have a long and excellent relationship in providing the pilot academy with the most modern training aircraft and FNPTII Simulator. We are specifically happy that they are now becoming an Authorized Service Center providing quick and efficient expert service to Diamond aircraft customers in the Baltic region.”

airBaltic General Aviation Services is now entitled to perform warranty and post-warranty maintenance functions for Diamond Aircraft DA40 and DA42 aircraft types as well as provide a guarantee, approved by the manufacturer.

airBaltic Pilot Academy has opened application process for new student groups in 2020 and 2021. For more information and applications, please visit: http://pilotacademy.com



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