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Babcock receives AMO certification from Transport Canada

Posted 14 February 2020 · Add Comment

Babcock has received Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) certification from Transport Canada.

Courtesy Babcock

The AMO certificate verifies that Babcock has met the regulatory requirements set by Transport Canada, and gives Babcock authorisation to perform maintenance on aircraft, avionics, instruments and structures.

The AMO has been opened on the following aircraft types:

  • Beech King Air
  • Canadair CL 215
  • Canadair CL 415/215T
  • Cessna Citation 560
  • Gulfstream Turbo Commander

Babcock earned the AMO certificate following an application process that began in the autumn of 2019 and culminated with representatives from Transport Canada performing an on-site audit of its aviation facilities in Winnipeg.

Rob Dyas, Babcock Canada’s Vice President of Aviation, said: “We are delighted to have received Approved Maintenance Organization certification from Transport Canada.

"This is an important milestone for Babcock as we continue to grow our Canadian aviation line of business.”

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