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Brief Overview of the fundamentals of an EASA Part 145 approval provided by SofemaOnline (SOL)

Introduction

EASA Part 145 and introduces a uniform set of requirements for organisations providing maintenance services, including both work on aircraft and related to aircraft parts to be released to service.

To perform maintenance and to issue a certificate of release to service on either Complex Motor Powered Aircraft CMPA or Aircraft operated as Commercial Air Transport (CAT) on either an aircraft or aircraft part registered in a country member of the European Union or of EASA, the maintenance organisation must be PART 145 approved.

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Sofema Aviation Services looks at the process to ensure effective EASA Part 145 Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) and Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) - Training

Introduction

Sofema has been providing for several years support to help organisation achieve a high level of “In Company” - related to the “self management” of EASA 145 Initial & Recurrent Training.

FTS owes its origins to the analysis following the inflight break up of Flight TWA 800 in July 1996. The origins of EWIS in fact go back a lot further but did not take on a formal identity until Aug 1996 when a White House Commission under the directorship of vice president Al gore was set up.

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