ALTITUDE AEROSPACE France continues its growth by obtaining a Design Organization Approval (DOA EASA 21J.729) by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
The company will now be able to certify modifications and repairs on a large scope of activities such as structure, cabin interiors (and related electrical systems), galleys and other interiors equipment as well as hydro-mechanical systems for doors.
“This certification is a great acknowledgment of the work accomplished by our team and demonstrates our ability and expertise with regards to in-service aircraft modifications and repairs”, stated Ms Laetitia Chaynes, Altitude Aerospace France CEO.
”This approval allows us to offer multi-authority certification services as the Group already has a Transport Canada DAO and provides certification via its FAA delegates. The EASA approval completes our offer and will allow us to increase collaboration and synergies between our various entities”, adds the President of the Altitude Aerospace Group, Ms Nancy Venneman.
Founded in 2005, The ALTITUDE AEROSPACE GROUP is a leading engineering firm specializing in conceptual design, structural analysis and certification, both for the development of new aircraft programs as well as support for existing aircraft fleets.
The ALTITUDE AEROSPACE GROUP has gained a solid reputation with OEMs by supporting the development of significant structural sub-assemblies such as fuselage sections, wing boxes, structural bulkheads, doors and cockpit structure. In addition, the company supports numerous airlines worldwide in the modification and repair of aircraft via its Transport Canada DAO, EASA DOA and FAA delegates. The group employs over 120 engineers located on three sites: Montréal (Canada), Toulouse (France) and Portland, Oregon (USA).