Aero-Dienst has received approval from Luftfahrt-Bundesamt, the German federal aviation office, for its new EASA Part 145 maintenance station at Oberpfaffenhofen Airport in southern Germany to provide line and base maintenance services to business jets. With the approval, Aero-Dienst offers standard line services and MRO services for airframes, engines, and avionics components, as well as interiors, modifications, upgrades, and AOG support from a new 7,400-sq-ft hangar.
“This move takes us and our aircraft maintenance considerably closer to our existing customers in the Munich metropolitan area,” said Aero-Dienst managing director Viktor Peters.
The new station and its seven technicians provide service on Bombardier Globals, Challengers, and Learjets, as well as Dassault Falcons and Hawkers. Aero-Dienst also operates two line maintenance stations in Austria—at Vienna and Klagenfurt—and a component shop in Landsberg am Lech, Germany, in addition to its main facility in Nuremberg.