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Aircraft Maintenance Capabilities

INTERAIR SOUTH AFRICA has been officially certified as an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) by the Civil Aviation Authority of South Africa (SACAA). It has the capability to perform W, 'B' and 'C' Checks on Boeing 737, Boeing 727 and Boeing 707 aircraft. The maintenance is performed at the airline's three-bay hanger at Gateway International Airport, Pietersburg.

"Right now we do most of our maintenance work in-house and our high standard of maintenance is reflected in our on-time performance," says David Tokoph.

Interair's aircraft components are either overhauled by South African Airways or sent to Europe. The airline is currently building an engine workshop near the airport which will enable it to perform work in-house. It will seek third party engine work, because of its large investment in the overhaul shop, but it is not geared up for third-party airframe work.

A good relationship has been established with Air Madagascar, which has performed some aircraft maintenance checks for Interair.

 

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