By Mohamed Attia
EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering succeeded in passing the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) inspection for the eighteenth year in a row, and the accreditation was renewed, which places the company among the ranks of high-level aircraft maintenance companies.
This confirms the quality of its technical elements and the level of service provided to its current customers and gives it the confidence of more customers.
The inspection was divided into two parts. The first related to the amendment to European legislation issued in 2022, according to which the European Aviation Safety Agency granted until the end of 2024 to aircraft maintenance and overhaul companies to comply with it.
The company succeeded In modernising the quality and safety system and successfully passed this review for inspectors to confirm compliance of the company’s work procedures with the latest updates to European legislation, a full year before the end of the deadline.
Engineer Yehia Zakaria, Chairman of EgyptAir Holding Company, congratulated the employees of the EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering for passing the inspection with usual efficiency, expressing his confidence in their continued maintenance of the highest technical level.
Zakaria stressed that there is more effort awaiting workers in Egypt to achieve a higher level of ambitions within the framework of the Egyptian state’s vision to advance the various sectors of the state, especially the economic one, of which EgyptAir is considered one of the most important.
Engineer Walid Al-Khafif, Chairman of EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering, confirmed that the inspection result reflects the confidence of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in the technical capabilities of the workers and places EgyptAir Maintenance and Engineering in a prominent position among aircraft maintenance and overhaul companies globally, with the certificate of the largest accreditation bodies.