Aircraft Maintenance

Air Affairs operates under a CASA Certificate of Approval, number C585771, authorising them to carry out the following approved activities:

  • Maintenance of aircraft airframe components, engines, engine components and other specialised maintenance tasks on components.
  • Maintenance of class A & B aircraft including Learjet 35/36 series aircraft.
  • Maintenance of Beech King Air series aircraft.
  • Piston engine aircraft with a max takeoff weight not exceeding 5700kg.
  • Turbine engine aircraft with a max takeoff weight not exceeding 5700kg.
  • Maintenance of brake and wheel assemblies fitted to Learjet and King Air series aircraft.
  • Maintenance of rescue hoists and associated equipment.

Air Affairs have extensive experience in project management and can provide a complete turnkey solution from small to very large maintenance projects such as:

  • 12,000 hour inspections.
  • 12 year inspections.
  • Avionics and electrical upgrades.
  • Airframe modifications.

Air Affairs can supply a range of ground support equipment which is manufactured in-house and can be tailored to meet customer’s requirements. All of Air Affairs activities, including aircraft and component maintenance, are contained within the scope of a fully certified Quality Management System that complies with the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 9001.

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