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aeroDAC granted extended terms of approval by EU aviation safety regulator.


The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has granted extended terms of approval to UK-based aeroDAC (Aerospace Design and Certification Ltd) following a recent audit.

According to aeroDAC it is now able to offer an enhanced service that includes supporting flight test activities, approving flight conditions and issuing Permits to Fly.

The extension to aeroDAC's EASA Part 21 Subpart J Design Organisation Approval also includes some aspects of powerplant activity covering minor modifications and repairs to turbine engines, in addition to major modifications and repairs to piston engines, the company said.

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Title Annotation:European Union; Aerospace Design and Certification Ltd.
Comment:aeroDAC granted extended terms of approval by EU aviation safety regulator.(European Union)(Aerospace Design and Certification Ltd.)
Publication:Airline Industry Information
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 21, 2008
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