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Aircraft Maintenance Service of Tolmachevo Airport Confirmed Its Compliance with the EASA Standards
Aircraft Maintenance Service of NOVISIBIRSK International Airport confirmed its compliance with international standards Part-145 of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
Tolmachevo airport received the certificate Part-145, confirming its competence in line maintenance of Boeing 747-400 and MD-11 aircraft in 2012. In 2014 the certificate was extended to line maintenance of Boeing 747-8F, which along with the abovementioned types of aircraft performs major part of cargo flights via the Novosibirsk airport.
In June 2015, the EASA Commission inspected the Novosibirsk airport and confirmed the high level of services and staff qualification in the engineering and aviation service and extended the validity of the certificate.
Quality control of Aircraft Maintenance Service is one of the elements of the flight safety ensuring system. According to the conclusion of auditors, equipment, warehouse, office premises, technical documentation and airport staff involved in the maintenance and repair of Boeing 747-400F, Boeing 747-8F and MD-11 fully comply with the EASA requirements.
Cargo airline Cargolux, which completed the audit of the Novosibirsk airport in July 2015, also commended the work of the Aircraft Maintenance Service of the airport. Cargolux and its subsidiary airline Cargolux Italia are key partners of NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport.
NOVOSIBIRSK International Airport is the largest air transit hub in the Asian part of Russia on major transit routes between Europe and Asia. The airport has two runways, provides handling of regular cargo flights for Russian and foreign airlines such as AirBridgeCargo, Volga-Dnepr, Cargolux, Yangtze River Express and others. The capacity of the freight complex Tolmachevo Cargo makes up 50,000 tons per year. In 2014 cargo traffic totalled 28.6 thousand tons of cargo and mail.