Jet AirWerks gets repair station certification from Civil Aviation Administration of China

Jet AirWerks, LLC (JAW) has been awarded certification by the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for the performance of repair and overhaul services for commercial turbine jet engine and airframe components, the company said.

The CAAC certification allows Jet AirWerks to expand its market footprint and enhance its current certifications from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) by additionally providing airworthiness releases for turbine jet engine and airframe components destined for markets regulated by the People´s Republic of China (PRC).

The award of the CAAC Certification follows a year-long application process and a rigorous, on-site quality audit conducted by inspectors from the PRC. With nearly 10,000 part numbers authorized by the CAAC certificate, Jet AirWerks now boasts one of the largest repair capabilities listings for turbine jet engine products manufactured by CFM International, LP (CFMI) and GE Aviation, General Electric´s aviation division.

Jet AirWerks´ new repair station CAAC Certificate Number is F001006600 and is effective immediately.

Jet AirWerks was established by commercial aviation veteran Keith Humphrey with the mission of supplying low cost, high quality MRO overhaul services on a large variety of engine components from low-value parts to critical rotating, life limited turbine jet engine hardware for parts distributors, engine overhaul facilities and airlines.