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Aviation News New series of maintenance checks for Russia's Sibir Technics

New series of maintenance checks for Russia's Sibir Technics

Léo Barnier
15 NOV 2017 | 243 words
New series of maintenance checks for Russia's Sibir Technics
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The Russian MRO Sibir Technics has just carried out two new maintenance checks: one for a new type of aircraft and the other for a new customer. The subsidiary of MRO Engineering Holdings group and member of the S7 airline group announced these two new maintenance checks one after the other, on 31st October and 1st November respectively.

Sibir Technics carried out its first A-Checks on the Embraer 170 regional aircraft. These inspections were carried out in its facilities at Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo airport, on behalf of S7 Airlines, which is also a member of the S7 group. The Russian airline received its first E170 last spring and the A-Checks are scheduled every 750 flying hours, with a maximum interval of three months. Sibir Technics specifies that all of this light base maintenance work was carried out in-house, without using any third parties.

This first announcement was then followed by another, concerning the first maintenance check for Turkmenistan Airlines. This was a major inspection (S4C Check) for a Boeing 757. This project was accompanied by an upgrade for the plane according to several airworthiness directives (AD) as well as work at the request of the airline.

The signature of this contract was dependent on approval from the Turkmen authorities. This approval was obtained by Sibir Technics, and its sister company S7 Engineering, after an audit based on their Part 145 approvals awarded by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Léo Barnier
Specialized journalist
Industry & Technology, Equipments, MRO


 
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