Lion Air’s application for European certification of its line maintenance operation is expected to be filed in the first week of November, starting a process that could gain the Indonesian carrier more foreign customers for its maintenance services. The application will be sent to the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) under the auspices of Indonesian regulator DGCA. Lion is hoping EASA will audit its maintenance operation early in 2014, opening the way for formal certification in ...
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