EASA approves Latitude Aero as Part 145 repair station


Latitude Aero has received approval and designation by EASA (the European Aviation Safety Agency) as an EASA Part 145 Repair Station (EASA.145.6969). As a FAA and EASA-approved maintenance organisation, Latitude Aero can now provide customers with a dual-release and return to service components for both European and USA-manufactured aircraft. The company states that the dual-release designation process is “extremely challenging to achieve”.

“We are excited to add dual-release capabilities to our existing suite of seating services and expand our global reach beyond the United States and into Europe,” said Kelvin Boyette, president & CEO. “This coincides perfectly with our planned expansion into Europe later in 2021.”

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