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Tarmac Aerosave Obtains Part-147 Approval

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

TARMAC AEROSAVE, the European aircraft storage and recycling company, based in Tarbes (France) and Teruel (Spain), has obtained part-147 approval means that TARMAC AEROSAVE is now a maintenance training organisation.

With Part-147 approval, TARMAC AEROSAVE has become a maintenance training organisation for all its sites. This means that it can deliver type ratings for Airbus A320, A330, A340 and Boeing B737-6/7/8/9 families, as well as mandatory training.

TARMAC AEROSAVE has also obtained EN-9120 approval involving the supply and import-export of aircraft spare parts and engines, with all related logistics.

With these new approvals, TARMAC AEROSAVE now has a full portfolio of services for all commercial aviation operators.

After delivery of a new 3,000 m2 logistics building, in early 2016, and customer offices in Tarbes,TARMAC AEROSAVE continues to extend its facilities.

In Teruel, the storage development work is now finished. Meanwhile, a new mid-haul hangar will be available in early 2017.

In Tarbes, new investment is underway, including a 7,500 m2 logistics building which will be available at the beginning of 2017, storage extensions able to accommodate twenty very wide-bodied aircraft by mid-2017 and a hangar for painting aircraft to accommodate very wide-bodied aircraft, including the A380, which will be operational at the end of 2017.

Eventually, TARMAC will therefore have three hangars to accommodate very wide-bodied aircraft, 15,000 m² of logistics hangars, and aircraft storage for up to sixty wide-bodied aeroplanes.



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