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 For the 17th Year in a Row EASA Renews Part 145 Approval for EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, Adds B737 MAX To Line Maintenance
																		The Egyptian MRO EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING has successfully passed the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) audit on its facilities at Cairo International Airport.

Eng. Yehia Zakaria, Chairman & CEO, EGYPTAIR MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING, said: "The audit resulted in renewing the Part 145 Approval for the 17th year in a row and B737 MAX has been added to our line maintenance capability list. We always have high expectations in terms of quality and safety and we rely on a strong base of qualified staff to achieve success."

Zakaria added that "we have passed a couple of major audits by the FAA and EASA within fortnight without non-conformities along with adding a new aircraft type to our capability list to cover more services for more client airlines. We are going straight forward to our vision; that is not only satisfying our customers, but also going beyond their expectations within our high standard levels of quality of services to guarantee safety in the first place."
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