Memko wins CASR 21 approval

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 4, 2011

Melbourne based engineering organisation Memko P/L has been given CASR 21 Subpart M approval from CASA.

The company says the ability to offer Subpart 21M approval of repairs and modifications aligns with the engineering training Memko currently provides in the areas of CASA Design & Airworthiness Approvals and Regulations, Weight & Balance and Fatigue & Damage Tolerance.

The approval will enable Memko to extend its engineering services to support certification and airworthiness and the approval of repairs and modification of Australian registered aircraft. Memko says its engineering staff already has significant experience with Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Airbus and Bombardier products, and that its experience in design, manufacturing and support will enable it to maximise value adding for its customers.

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“Memko will work together with CASA and our customers to achieve the required standards of continuing airworthiness necessary for safe operations,” said Doug McPherson, Memko’s Engineering Manager in a statement. “The experience of our senior engineers blended with the learning enthusiasm of engineering graduates enables strong and effective teaming to deliver the high quality of outcomes mandated by our industry.”

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