Considerations Related to EASA Life Limited Parts, Hard Life and Back to Birth Traceability Requirements

Introduction By 2025, more than half of all the commercial aircraft in airline service globally will be controlled by the multiple aircraft leasing companies. The lessor’s primary business is preserving the value of their asset, means ensuring that the aircraft will retain the maximum possible value whilst generating lease income and maintaining adequate reserves. Commercial…

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Aircraft Lease Companies focused to Maintaining Asset Value

Introducing the EASA aviation auditing services of Sofema Aviation Services.  Ensuring that your aircraft retain the maximum value possible is a given, however often the aircraft is subjected over time to maintenance which whilst in essence complying with EASA requirements, has scope for improvement. There is a misconception that compliance with EASA is the “Holy Grail”…

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