MONTREAL, Feb. 2, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - M1 Composites Technology Inc. has achieved the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 145 approval, adding to its extensive list of accreditations. This approval allows M1 Composites to maintain and certify aeronautical products under the jurisdiction of the European Union from its world-class facilities in Canada.
"As an EASA approved maintenance organization, we can now offer European operators and MROs the same extraordinary quality, rapid turnaround time, and cost savings we currently provide to our North American customers." said Lorenzo Marandola, President – M1 Composites.
About M1 Composites: M1 Composites provides a wide range of services for advanced composite and sheet metal aircraft structures, including: Engineering, certification, manufacturing, and repair of nacelles, flight control surfaces, radomes, interiors, and more. M1 Composites is ISO9001 & AS9100 certified and a Canadian Controlled Goods (CGP) accredited organization. With proven capabilities, M1 Composites services the aerospace industry and is a recognized Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO 23-12) and Design Approval Organization (DAO 14-Q-01).
About EASA: EASA is the European Union Authority for aviation safety. The main activities of the organisation include the strategy and safety management, the certification of aviation products and the oversight of approved organisations and EU Member States. The Agency staff is composed of more than 700 aviation experts and administrators from all EU Member States.