Helicopters Magazine

Features MRO
CDM presents MAOS certificate to Vector Aerospace

July 30, 2009  ByCorrie

image006July 30. 2009, Hampshire. U.K. - The Chief of Defence Materiel, General Sir Kevin O’Donoghue, visited Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services Fleetlands on 27 July to present the company with an MIL Part 145 approval certificate.


  
image006 

July 30. 2009, Hampshire. U.K. – The Chief of Defence Materiel, General Sir Kevin O’Donoghue, visited Vector Aerospace Helicopter Services Fleetlands on 27 July to present the company with an MIL Part 145 approval certificate marking its qualification under the Maintenance Approved Organisation Scheme (MAOS) and also an AS9110 Certificate.
 
MAOS is the scheme which the MoD uses to assess the competence of civilian organisations providing airworthiness support to military registered aircraft. The Fleetlands site provides deep maintenance, repair and overhaul for the UK MoD’s Chinook, Lynx and Sea King helicopters. Vector Aerospace is the largest independent rotary wing support provider so far to have achieved MAOS accreditation.
 
General Sir Kevin O’Donoghue presented the certificates to Tim Rice, Managing Director, Vector Aerospace UK.

Advertisement

Stories continue below

Print this page

Related