UK CAA & EASA approves the expansion of the Signature TECHNICAir Embraer service capabilities


Signature TECHNICAir, the aircraft maintenance division of Signature Aviation, has received its CAA & EASA Part 145 approvals to expand its service offerings for the Embraer 135/145/Legacy and Phenom 300 (EMB-505) series aircraft.

This extension to its existing base maintenance capability on the Embraer 135/145/Legacy now allows TECHNICAir to offer small to medium size base maintenance inputs and out of phase items up to and including LU/HU 24 Inspections, 2000 FH, and 1000FC at its maintenance facility in Bournemouth, UK.

Signature TECHNICAir can also offer LU6/HU6 inspections and out of phase items at its Farnborough, UK (FAB) and Luton, UK (LTN) line stations, allowing customers seamless operational readiness without repositioning to a base maintenance facility.

In addition to the Embraer 135/145/Legacy service expansion, Signature TECHNICAir has also added the EMB-505 to its line maintenance approvals. This enables Phenom 300 customers to request line maintenance and Aircraft on Ground (AOG) support at all airports in the United Kingdom through its fleet of
mobile maintenance vehicles.

“We have listened to our Embraer customers who wanted access to the UK’s largest network of line stations and mobile service teams. We are pleased we can now deliver this level of support at any moment across the UK,” said Scott Corbett, operations director for Signature TECHNICAir.

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