ATLANTA (February 21) -- Epps Aviation at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport (PDK) in Atlanta has obtained certification by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to maintain all European Union registered aircraft. This certification will enable the Epps Service Center to serve aircraft from all 30 European Union countries.
“With Atlanta’s evolution as an international destination, the EASA certification is important to continue to meet the needs of Epps’ growing customer base,” says Pat Epps, President, Epps Aviation. “We are pleased to be one of the few aviation businesses in the Atlanta area with this certification. Epps is optimistic these capabilities will enhance our relationship with the European aviation community.”
Epps’ EU connections extend throughout the company including an outstanding relationship with Swiss-based Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. Epps is the exclusive Pilatus PC-12 distributor for the Southeast and the Caribbean.
Founded in 1965 by Pat Epps, Epps Aviation is an independent full-service FBO spanning 21 acres at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport in Atlanta, GA. Epps offers complete aviation services including 10 charter aircraft, maintenance, avionics, nondestructive testing, aircraft management, sales and service. As Atlanta’s largest FBO, Epps employs more than 200 personnel and boasts eight hangars and multiple T-hangars for their nearly 100 based aircraft customers. Epps services approximately 2,000 additional independent aircraft a month. For further information on Epps Aviation visit www.eppsaviation.com/epps.html.