St Barth Commuter lands FAR 145 contract with the FAA

Romain Guillot

2017/03/02 | 147 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
St Barth Commuter lands FAR 145 contract with the FAA © St Barth Commuter

St Barth Commuter, the only airline company based at Saint Barthélemy Airport (French West Indies), has just been granted FAR 145 certification for its maintenance division. This contract was obtained within the scope of bilateral agreements signed by European and American authorities.

St Barth Commuter, which already had EASA Part 145 approval, will now also be able to carry out maintenance operations on Cessna C208 Caravans registered with an N-number.

Today the French company fully gu...(…)

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