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Atlas Air Service

Component Repair

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Atlas approved by EASA for component maintenance
A new EASA approval for Atlas Air Service covers doors, including hatches, and flaps, flight controls and structural components for any aircraft type. Work will be carried out in Ganderkesee, Lower Saxony.
Atlas is well-known for its structural component work.
Read this story in our November 2020 printed issue.

Atlas Air Service, a German business aviation service provider offering MRO, aircraft sales, management and charter, has received EASA approval for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft components. At present the approval covers doors, including hatches, and flaps, flight controls and structural components for any aircraft type.

The shop floor, with an area of more than 1,000 sqm, is located in Ganderkesee, Lower Saxony, which is Atlas' headquarters. In addition a fully certified NDT shop, a paint shop and a warehouse enable the company to carry out all work independently on site. Approvals for further aircraft components are in preparation.

“I am very proud of our team, which has established a completely new business unit within only six months, including approval by the German national aviation authority. We will consistently add further components to our capability list upon customer request. It is our goal to become a global spare parts supplier for overhauled aircraft components,” says Gregor Bremer, technical director.

Atlas Air Service has turned 50 this year. Together with its subsidiary Augsburg Air Service, it has built up a reputation in Europe for Embraer, Cessna and Beechcraft types.

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