Since 28 September 2009 all aircraft maintained under the EASA Part-145 regulation has to have an Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC). This supersedes the former national ‘BvL’. With regard to the old national certificate some things has been changed. Amongst others, modification status of the aircraft is emphasized. This means that during the review a close look will be given to the modifications and the relevant approvals. Also a closer look will be given to the maintenance directives of the manufacturer and the implementation of these directions.
When the ARC of your aircraft expires don’t hesitate to contact us for an appointment!
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