StarPort Becomes a European Aviation Safety Agency Approved Repair Station

The company has been offering maintenance services to aircraft customers worldwide since 2000.


ORLANDO, FL – StarPortUSA, based out of the Orlando-Sanford International Airport, was recently named an approved European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) repair station for maintenance safety and training. The company has been offering maintenance services to aircraft customers worldwide since 2000.

The EASA regulates maintenance and repair airworthiness safety standards, flight safety standards, maintenance and working procedures for repair stations performing maintenance on European aircraft. The organization also certifies, regulates and structures maintenance facilities that perform repairs and heavy maintenance on European-registered aircraft.

President of StarPort Nelson Cambata said, “We are pleased to become part of this reputable worldwide organization. This certification confirms our commitment to high-quality standards and regulations with regard to the maintenance and service of European aircraft here at StarPort.”

StarPort’s Executive Director of Sales Eddie Hidalgo commented on the new approval, saying, “I’m very happy we’ve achieved this prestigious status. We worked hard to meet all standards and guidelines of EASA, and we’ve now been rewarded with the public certification to justify our hard work.”

StarPort is an Orlando, Florida-based, leading business aviation firm with a full-service FBO, heavy maintenance service center, complete aircraft refurbishment center and an aircraft sales and acquisition division. The company’s aircraft refurbishment capabilities include exterior paint and interior refurbishment, with full cabinet, upholstery and seat-shop services for small, medium and large-cabin business aircraft. Heavy maintenance capabilities include around-the-clock scheduled maintenance and mobile AOG services, with extensive sheet-metal and structural repair capabilities, full avionics services, in-house level III NDT services with radiography, and a Honeywell 731 engine line maintenance service center. To cater to business aviation customers in North & South America, in addition to Europe and the Far East, StarPort’s facility is strategically located at the Orlando-Sanford International Airport, in Sanford, Florida. StarPort has a proven track record of maintaining a wide range of airframes, including Bombardier, Cessna, Falcon, Raytheon and Gulfstream aircraft. The company is a licensed FAA Repair Center (#Q5BR079X), and now, an EASA Approved Repair Station.

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