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EAN Aviation gets AMO approval to carry out wheel covers inspection, repairs

EAN Aviation – Business Jet Center has announced the opening of its new, state-of-the-art Aircraft Maintenance Organization (AMO) Wheel and Brake Workshop at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, Nigeria.

EAN was granted Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) approval with certificate number AMO/5N/EAN to carry out Wheel covers inspection, tests repairs and extensive NDT on aircraft wheels on Boeing 737 Classics and Next Generation (NG), Bombardierv Challenger series and Global Express, Embraers, GulfStream, Learjet, ATR, Beech and Dornier.

Engineer and Hangar Manager Alexey Saliu- Lawal said, “We have over the last two years invested heavily in training, equipment, tooling and infrastructure to enable us provide a truly high quality, competitively priced, quick turn-around wheel and break maintenance and repair service to both corporate and commercial aviation clients. Our facility is co-located with the already established EAN Aviation Business Jet Center and Hangar and we have ample workshop space to allow us expand our capabilities in due course”

EAN Aviation is an established Business Aviation Cluster based out of their Lagos Business Jet Center & Hangar, offering aircraft sales & executive charter, AMO, FBO, Wings Inflight Catering, Wings Restaurant, leased & services offices with access via the secure EAN Aviation Executive Reception, helicopter storage bays and other aviation related opportunities.

EAN Aviation is an Alliance Program Member of JSSI – Jet Support Service International, an Authorised Representative for Satcom Direct, a Founding member of AfBAA & a member of NATA. EAN Aviation operations staff are NATA Safety 1st and IBAC IS-BAH certified.

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  1. Well done Alexey & EAN Aviation Team

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