Fort Aero, based in Tallinn (TLL), completed the process of EASA part 145 certification. The business aircraft operator from Estonia has additional two types of service to offer. Line Maintenance from Fort Aero encompasses a comprehensive range of services, including routine daily checks, scheduled line inspections, troubleshooting, wheel and brake replacements, and much more, for the following aircraft: Falcon 900EX EASy (TFE731), Falcon 2000 (CFE738), and Nextant 400XT (Williams FJ44).
Addressing more complicated cases requiring AOG support, Fort Aero has assembled experienced Mobile Repair Teams (MRT), highly available wherever a customer might need service, each and every day of the year, with the shortest possible response time. Mobile Repair Teams will perform necessary troubleshooting, order and dispatch required materials – everything to get an aircraft back in service safely, and as soon as technically possible.
Since Aircraft on Ground support activities are not scheduled in advance, every minute and every hour are of critical importance. “Our AOG team is ready to react quickly, ensuring our clients continue their journey happily,” Fort Aero Maintenance Manager Roland Poltruk confirmed.
According to Mr. Poltruk, EASA part 145 certification process went smoothly, owing to Fort Aero’s team of highly skilled professionals and extensive experience within EASA regulatory environment: “This certificate allows for greater efficiency as Fort Aero can now respond quickly when there is a need for aircraft service, and when performing Line Maintenance we save our clients’ money – there is no need to fly to another service hub somewhere far away for every instance of maintenance anymore.”