Geneva Airpark in Switzerland was awarded PART-145 certification by the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) back in August. The certification has enabled the facility to provide line maintenance services for business jets to guarantee they comply with manufacturer’s manuals and to maintain the validity of each aircraft’s airworthiness certificate.
“Obtaining the PART-145 line maintenance certification is an important step for Geneva Airpark and its clients. It demonstrates our whole team’s high level of professionalism and our commitment to regularly develop additional services at the forefront of the requirements of the aeronautical sector, business aviation and its various stakeholders,” said Sophie Mabire, Geneva Airpark General Manager. “The capacity of the Geneva Airpark hangar is perfectly suited to line maintenance operations, alongside short, medium or long-term hangaring for the planes,” she added.
Line maintenance services for aircraft – including those manufactured by Bombardier, Gulfstream and Dassault – carried out within Geneva Airpark’s hangar include: Tire pressure, oxygen service and fuel drain.