Atlantic Aviation Group DOA receives EASA approval for STC cabin changes
Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) have extended its EASA Part 21 Design Organisation Approval (DOA) to include Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) cabin changes. In addition to AAG’s existing Design Services, the approval now includes STC changes to cabin interiors, cargo compartments, electrical cabin systems, external schemes, placards and markings, flight deck interiors and STC approval for wireless transmission systems.
As trusted design and engineering partners with an established history of maintaining and modifying aircraft, Atlantic Aviation Group has built a strong reputation for providing innovative design solutions to our customers.
Commercial Manager at Atlantic Aviation Group, Bernard Fitzpatrick, welcomed the news by saying:
“We are thrilled to add STC cabin changes approval to our existing Design Service capabilities at Atlantic Aviation Group. Receiving today’s approval marks a key milestone in the Group’s Design Engineering strategy and, through our highly skilled people, allows us to extend this offering to our customer base as we continue to grow the organisation with a customer centric approach”.
The timely addition of the STC cabin changes approval to the AAG DOA comes as Atlantic Aviation Group announced its recent acquisition of Lufthansa Technik Shannon in October, further expanding the Group service offering.
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