05
May
2016

Kathmandu (KTM) Line Station Now Open!

BCT Aviation Maintenance is proud to announce its newest Line Maintenance Station at Kathmandu, Nepal.

The company has worked solidly with Nepal Airways over the past two years and continues to support it’s engineering department with experienced inputs for a safe and reliable operation.

The decision to open in Nepal was made last year, CEO Bob Brown of BCT Aviation Maintenance commented “This is a great opportunity which stimulates the local aviation economy as well as supplying international carriers, such as Turkish Airlines, with experienced and reliable Line Maintenance support from an EASA Part 145 Approved Maintenance Company.  Our Approvals from various different countries along with our wide aircraft capability list will help airlines have dedicated transit support with engineers and quality they can rely on

The station has brand new dedicated airside offices and a team of BCT Aviation Maintenance Engineers are already on site to serve airlines coming into Kathmandu’s Tribuvan International Airport (KTM).  BCT Aviation Maintenance continues to serve the Middle and Far East markets with its existing Line Stations at Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC), Sharjah International Airport (SHJ) and Ras Al Khaimah Airport (RKT).

About BCT Aviation Maintenance: 

BCT Aviation Maintenance has been established for over 20 years at its headquarters in East Midlands Airport (EMA) and is led today by the original founding member, Robert Brown.

Built on the cornerstones of safety & reliability, BCT Aviation Maintenance has grown to become a service provider for Airlines, Lessors and VVIP Operators on a global platform.

As an EASA Part 145 certified Line and Base Maintenance Approved organisation, the company can handle most aircraft from all the major manufacturers including Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, BAe, ATR, Dornier and Bombardier.  Approved by over 12 Countries, BCT Aviation Maintenance is able to support your aircraft engineering requirements globally.

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