Kansas City, MO., – February 7, 2007 – PAS Technologies Inc., a leading supplier of maintenance, repair and overall services (MRO) of aviation engine components, today announced its achievement of yet another milestone for its aviation services repair facility in Kansas City, Missouri, having received a Certificate Approval from the Ministry of Transportation Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGAC). The new certification broadens the Kansas City repair station's capabilities to do work for Indonesian customers as being an Approved Maintenance Organization by the Indonesian Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) as a repair station.
The Kansas City facility is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-certified Repair Station, a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)-certified Repair Station, and a Civil Aviation Authority of China (CAAC)-certified Repair Station, that provides maintenance and repair services to companies worldwide.
DGAC follows stringent quality standards that are endorsed by global aerospace manufacturers. Under these programs, a supplier of an accredited product, process or service is authorized by DGAC to use the certificate to indicate that the accredited product, process or service is in compliance with applicable standards and/or specifications.
PAS Technologies Inc. (www.pas-technologies.com) is a privately held corporation headquartered in North Kansas City, Missouri specializing in providing cost-effective repair and overhaul solutions for the aerospace and industrial markets. By using innovative and proprietary high-technology repair processes, along with repair solutions licensed from OEMs, the Company saves its customers from having to purchase costly replacement parts. The broad range of components serviced includes gas turbine engines, critical airframe parts, gates and seats used in oil fields and industrial components used in other high-wear, high-heat, and corrosive environments.