S7 Engineering Expands Maintenance and Repair Capabilities
S7 Engineering is now certified to:
|»||Perform maintenance on Boeing 737-600\700\800\900 airplanes, including A-check*|
|»||Check and repair** the aviation equipment of the Airbus A319, A320 and A321 airplanes using the S6 Automatic Test Equipment Complex|
|»||Service the emergency rescue equipment of Airbus and Boeing airplanes|
S7 Engineering was created in 2006 and performs maintenance and repair of foreign-made airplanes. The company is certified to the standards FAP-145, EASA Part-145, of the Bermuda aviation authorities and has the right to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, airframe repairs as well as non-destructive testing of the Airbus A320 family and Boeing 737 airplanes and engines.
* A-Check is a form of medium-complexity maintenance that is performed every 250 hours of flight and is comprised of A, 2A, 4A, etc. depending on the type of aircraft. The higher the number, the more work is required. A less complex form is the daily check, which is performed every day. The simplest form of after-sale service of an airplane is the transit check, which is performed before every takeoff.
** The check includes the servicing of avionics, including replacement of circuit boards for these types of airplanes in accordance with complexity level II out of a possible three.