Aero Technologies, Part of AFI KLM E&M Has Received ANAC Certification

The ANAC certification was awarded by the National Civilian Aviation Agency of Brazil (ANAC - Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil) and allows Aero Maintenance Group (AMG) to seamlessly supply the Brazilian market with its full portfolio of service offerings.

Aero Technologies subsidiary of AMG, is one of the first repair stations in Miami to obtain ANAC certification, as the approval process was completed only seven months after the initial application.  

"This is an important step for us, as we are now in good position to continue helping Brazilian airlines, LATAM and all airlines requiring this certificate, and to sustain their growth through our large inventory of services" said Christian Tallec, CEO of AMG, the Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) cornerstone in the Americas.

With this certification, Aero Technologies can better service its growing customer base in Brazil.  The ANAC approval also demonstrates that AMG customers and suppliers can be confident in the company's dedication to maintaining the highest quality and efficiency in all of its products and services.

About AMG
Based in Miami and Atlanta, at three maintenance facilities, AMG is ideally located to satisfy the needs of its customers operating commercial or regional fleets in North America, Central and South America, and the Caribbean. Its extensive repair capabilities, together with its strategically located Logistics Center in Miami, mean that AMG can provide local component support for a wide range of commercial and regional aircraft. AMG is a wholly-owned Air France subsidiary and combines the flexibility and competitiveness of a local supplier with the expertise, adaptability and reputation of a lead player in the global MRO marketplace.
AMG supplies solutions tailored to the needs of its airline industry client base through three subsidiaries: Aero Technologies (Miami), for support, repair and overhaul services for pneumatic and hydraulic systems, avionics suites, and fuel and electro-mechanical systems; Air-Pro (Miami), which handles cabin and safety equipment repairs and modifications, the distribution of aerospace hoses, and the sale of spare parts and Precision Electronics (Atlanta), which maintains and repairs electronic, electro-mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic instruments and accessories, in particular for regional and business fleets.

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Air France Industries and KLM Engineering & Maintenance, which joined forces following the AIR FRANCE KLM merger, are major multi-product MRO (Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul) providers. With a joint workforce of over 14,000, AFI KLM E&M offers comprehensive technical support for airlines, ranging from engineering and line maintenance to engine overhaul, as well as the management, repair and supply of aircraft components, structured around a powerful logistics network. AFI KLM E&M supports almost 1,300 aircraft operated by 150 major international and domestic airlines.