The company is now licensed for the most common types of narrow-body aircraft, such as the Boeing 737 and Airbus A320.
JOB AIR TECHNIC RECEIVED AUTHORITY TO MANAGE CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS OF AIRCRAFT
JOB AIR Technic aircraft repair shops in Ostrava have obtained significant authorization under Part CAMO. In practice, this means that they become an authorized organization for managing the continued airworthiness of aircraft. They can now provide aircraft owners with the necessary support related to the operation and ownership of the aircraft. The firm aims to provide services to a wide range of clients, including leasing companies, airlines, private jet owners, banks and aircraft brokers.
"The new authorization is another step on the way to the comprehensiveness of the services provided, while we want to expand them even more." We are an organization that, in addition to airlines, also specializes in working with leasing companies. Here, for the last 2-3 years, we have noticed a demand on the market for these services, so we decided to react," said Vladimír Stulančák, executive director and chairman of the board of directors of JOB AIR Technic.