Aircraft maintenance is complex work, which requires qualified personnel and facilities suitable for the purpose. In Sundt Air we have both.
One of our aircraft undergoing extensive maintenance
To obtain permission to carry out maintenance, a number of rules and regulations must be adhered to. This encompasses requirements pertaining both to the premises and to required certificates held by the personnel who will carry out the work. Sundt Air currently enjoys JAR-145 approval, which implies authorization to perform all maintenance on aircraft registered in any country in the EU/EEA-area.
Sundt Air AS undertakes much of the maintenance on own aircraft in-house, and we will aim at doing everything ourselves in the future. We will also offer technical services to visiting aircraft, and in the longer term we plan to operate a full-service engineering workshop offering extensive overhaul to other aircraft owners. Our top of the line facility at Oslo Airport Gardermoen is the largest establishment of its kind in Northern Europe, and meets all environmental regulations in force at Gardermoen. This presents a unique opportunity for developing this division of our business.