Egyptair Maintenance gets U.S. FAA approval

State-owned Egyptair Maintenance & Engineering (EGME) succeeded to renew the approval of U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Chairperson Abou Taleb Tawfik stated Thursday.

The chairman added that a delegation from FAA made an inclusive visit to firm’s different administrations in which it raised potentials that the company enjoys and how its employees are committed to safety and quality factors during executing maintenance works.

The audit included all the company’s activities and related facilities in line maintenance, base maintenance, overhaul workshops and engine workshops.

All activities and applicable procedures were also checked to evaluate their compliance with the applicable regulations and the personnel competency in respect to understanding the rules of regulations together with the company’s procedures and the technical tasks they are assigned to perform.

Egyptar Maintenance & Engineering is a leading MRO provider in the Middle East and Africa for Airbus, Boeing and Embraer types.

It serves more than 125 airlines in Europe, Middle East and Africa with a high potential workforce to satisfy its increasing customers with total care maintenance solutions, pool support and CAMO services.