Aviation Concepts Technical Services at Subic Bay in the Philippines announced it has conducted, completed, and passed its first FAR 145 Repair Station audit for renewal conducted by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on 18 February.
“ACTSI’s Engineering / Quality Team have set the bar with this recent FAA renewal having completed the audit with no findings… Our dedicated commitment to constantly improve and streamline our regulatory procedures is crucial to ensure we consistently produce a safe and quality product to our clients and provide the best service they can find in the region while keeping costs competitive.” from Stephen Klohr, ACTSI QA director.
ACTSI continues to focus on the needs of the customers in the region. Along with the recent renewal of the FAA 145, ACTSI has also received approval from the FAA for increased capabilities for the Gulfstream G280 up to 16A/16C inspection levels. ACTSI currently holds FAA 145, Cayman AMO, Cayman CAMO, Bermuda AMO approvals for the Gulfstream G280, GIV-X (G350/G450), GV, GV SP(G550), and G650/G650ER. Additionally, ACTSI has added more battery models to its existing battery shop accessory rating capabilities to meet the rising demand of our customers. ACTSI, a new facility for aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services recently opened at the Subic Bay International Airport (SFS/RPLB), transforming the former US Navy base into a 24/7 hub for business aviation in the Asia Pacific.