Cleveland, Ohio-based MRO provider Constant Aviation has added to its list of international approvals after receiving certification from ANAC, Brazil’s civil aviation authority, to conduct maintenance support for Brazil-registered aircraft. In addition to airframe, avionics, and engine maintenance, the company is approved to conduct non-destructive testing.
According to the company, the certification process entailed onsite audit and inspections from Brazilian authorities, Portuguese language versions of specified manuals as well as staff members fluent in the language who could serve as interpreters for customers. Along with Cleveland, Constant also has facilities in Mesa, Arizona; Las Vegas, and Orlando, Florida.
“Certainly, the proximity of our Florida location to South America opens additional opportunities for us to welcome international clients,” said Stephen Maiden, Constant’s president and CEO. “Our network of facilities across the United States has experience working with international authorities including TCCA, DGAC, and EASA.”