Volga-Dnepr Gulf Earns EASA Part-145 Aircraft Maintenance Certificate

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Volga-Dnepr Gulf, Volga-Dnepr Technics subgroup branch in the Middle East, has been awarded an EASA Part-145 aircraft maintenance certificate after meeting all of the procedures required by the European Aviation Safety Agency to perform maintenance services on western-built aircraft at its Sharjah Airport base.

The EASA Part-145 certificate allows Volga-Dnepr Gulf to perform line maintenance for Boeing 737 CL and NG, Boeing 747-400 and Airbus A320 family aircraft, as well as component repair services for С4, С5, С8, С14, С20 ratings and D1 non-destructive checks.

Volga-Dnepr Gulf also plans to extend the ratings of its EASA/GCAA certificates for Boeing 747 and Boeing 737 NG aircraft up to the C-check maintenance level.

Victor Sherin, Managing Director of Volga-Dnepr Gulf, said, I congratulate our Volga-Dnepr Gulf team on enabling us to meet the standards required to gain EASA Part-145 certification. This further confirms our capability to work to the highest international MRO standards. Now we will focus on our next important objective of becoming a leader in the Middle East MRO market. Our modern maintenance station at Sharjah Airport, team of highly skilled professionals, and optimised processes and partnerships mean we are strongly positioned to achieve our goal.

Volga-Dnepr Gulf has been operating in the UAE since 1996. The company has a new 22,000m hangar complex in Sharjah with the capacity to conduct maintenance work on six narrow-body or two wide-body Boeing 747 or An-124-100 aircraft at the same time.

The complex is fully equipped to perform high quality maintenance services for different types of aircraft up to the C-check level. It is also equipped with modern air conditioning and fire extinguishing systems.

Volga-Dnepr also operates a line maintenance station in Fujairah which is capable of providing all types of maintenance checks and auxiliary services for An-124-100, An-74 and IL-76TD aircraft types operated by Russian, Ukrainian, European, Asian and African airlines.

Volga-Dnepr, EASA, Maintenance, Sharjah

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