Brazil’s ANAC Certifies Able Engineering

The approval follows the agency’s in-depth audit and inspection of Able’s facility in Phoenix, Arizona.


Able Engineering & Component Services, Inc. has received full approval from Brazil’s National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC), the latest such certification for the 27 year old company. The approval follows the agency’s in-depth audit and inspection of Able’s facility in Phoenix, Arizona.

“We persued the ANAC certification at the request of our growing customer base in Brazil and we’re extremely happy to announce this approval,” said Able’s CEO, Lee Benson. “With this certification, Able can immediately offer our Brazilian customers low-cost, guaranteed parts that erase long lead-times and significantly reduce operating costs.”

The Able Group is an industry-leading provider of quality component repair, overhaul and approved replacement parts solutions. Able has developed over 7,000 FAA-approved proprietary repairs and offers money-saving PMA parts (Able Aerospace) for fixed-wing and rotor-wing aircraft operators. The new ANAC certification boosts Able’s continually growing list of designations, which also includes approval from the FAA, EASA, Thai DCA, China’s CAAC, ISO9110:2008 and Boeing AS-9100 quality standards.

For additional information and a complete list of Able’s FAA-approved parts, please visit www.ableengineering.com or contact a customer service representative at Able direct at 602-304-1227.

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