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Geneva Airpark is PART-145 line maintenance certified

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

Congratulations! Geneva Airpark has reached a new milestone in its development at Geneva airport by obtaining PART-145 certification that formalizes the expertise of Geneva Airpark's teams in providing and expanding its range of technical services within its 10,000 sq meters hangar.

Geneva Airpark: a PART-145 certified maintenance organization! Geneva Airpark benefits from the European PART-145 certification, issued by the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) in Switzerland, since August 2020. This approval is necessary to provide line maintenance services for business jets within Geneva Airpark's infrastructure, to guarantee that they comply with manufacturer's manuals and to maintain the validity of each aircraft's airworthiness certificate.

Even more technical services for Bombardier, Gulfstream and Dassault aircraft 

The services are carried out within the Geneva Airpark hangar by in-house technical teams specially trained for each type of business jet, and will continue to develop to provide a comprehensive range.

-          Tire pressure

-          Oxygen service

-          Fuel drain…

The capacity of the Geneva Airpark hangar (10,000 sq meters) is perfectly suited to line maintenance operations, alongside short, medium or long-term hangaring for the planes.

For more details about our new line maintenance services, call +41 (0)22 939 16 00 or email: [email protected]



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