Oceania Aviation are very pleased to announce that their Turbine workshop will soon re-open to full repair and overhaul capacity. This follows official correspondence from the CAA reiterating that all concerns raised via the March CAA audit findings have been comprehensively addressed, and corrective actions implemented to ensure that the maintenance activities and release to service of Rolls Royce 250 series engines and components are able to be carried out in a fully compliant manner.
Nick Mair, CEO of Oceania Aviation and its parent company Salus Aviation, says “the business is committed to ensuring a high level of safety and compliance throughout our operations. I am confident that with the new structure and processes that we have put in place we can continue to raise the bar in terms of delivering our valued customers the highest quality MRO solutions possible. ”
The highly skilled and experienced Turbines team have been working hard to review all their internal processes to ensure that work is conducted at a high quality level and that they exceed the expectations of the CAA in terms of compliance with rules and regulations. The Turbine shop will be opened in phases over the coming weeks for quality and compliance assurance purposes, with the Series II modules being the first reinstatement of capability. The business is well aware of the build up in demand from its highly valued customers, and are excited to be able to continue providing tailored technical solutions that they are so well-known for. The shop has a strong reputation for its long-term relationships with each customer, providing a level of trust and collaboration that sets it well apart from its competitors.