Enhance Aero, a two-year-old maintenance, engineering and consulting firm, is here promoting its Part-M support capabilities, as the September 28 compliance date for this continued airworthiness rule is fast approaching. “Some operators, such
as private aircraft owners, are not ready for the new EASA requirement,” the company said.
The French company lists among its customers Michelin Air Service, for which it is performing Falcon 50EX line maintenance and has completed a Part-M audit. Enhance Aero also helped Blue Line phasing in a new MD-83 and provided engineering assistance. From Embraer, it received a contract for field representation in
the Ukraine for a customer operating an ERJ 145.