Baltic Aviation Academy has been approved as Part-MF organisation. Last year, the academy purchased five new aircraft and as a result, performing its maintenance and repair in-house became an essential aspect of flight training. According to the Maintenance Organisation Approval Certificate which was issued by Lithuania’s Civil Aviation Administration on May 8, 2015, Baltic Aviation Academy is now entitled to act as a maintenance organisation in compliance with Section A, Subpart F of Annex I (Part-M) of Regulation (EC) No. 2042-2003.
“It has taken us about a year to acquire Part-MF certificate, however it is a positive improvement which will make sure that aircraft down-time is reduced to a minimum and our students will use only well maintained and safe aircraft,”, commented Andrius Jonusas, Quality Manager at Baltic Aviation Academy’s Ab Initio School.
“Growing into a self-sufficient flight training organisation shows academy’s dedication to provide the best training for the students and always put safety first,” comments Indre Sveistryte, Baltic Aviation Academy’s School Director.