Brazil Joins Latin American Maintenance Harmonization Effort

Azul A330-900
Azul A330-900
Credit: Airbus / Alexandre Doumenjou - Master Films
Brazil has joined Latin America’s Multinational Agreement for Aircraft Maintenance Organizations (AMOs), clearing the country’s approved repair stations to be certified by the other 11 member states with minimal additional regulatory red tape. The move means Brazilian AMOs can serve operators from...

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