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Brookhouse Composites becomes an Approved Airbus Repair Station

  • Thursday, 3rd July 2003
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Brookhouse Composites has now been approved by Airbus Spares Support and Services to carry out repairs on Airbus composite components.

Airbus Spares Support and Services, based in Hamburg, manages Airbus composite components, which need to be repaired, from Airbus operators throughout the world. If requested, the operator is provided with a replacement part, while the damaged components are sent out to Airbus-approved maintenance organizations who carry out the necessary repair work to the applicable Airbus standards.

Brookhouse Composites Ltd offers a dedicated composites repair facility at its Darwen site and is already approved to carry out repair and maintenance of aircraft components manufactured from composite materials for all European Airlines under JAR-145. It has enjoyed approval from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in the UK since 1995 and was the first composite structures manufacturing company to gain approval for the manufacture of aircraft components which are accepted in all of the 37 countries, which constitute the Joint Aviation Authorities.


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