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Medavia Technics opens Line Station in Ghana

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13th Dec 2018 | Elizabeth Sasu

Medavia Technics (the technical division of Mediterranean Aviation Company Limited), has recently signed up a two-year maintenance agreement on first of May 2018 to support this inspiring new start-up regional airline, called Passion Air (IATA-Code OP), based in Accra – Ghana international airport (ACC).

Passion Air is a Ghanaian airline that started scheduled domestic operations in Ghana back in August 2018. With a vision of creating an exceptional travelling experience, the airline seeks to provide the Ghanaian aviation market with timely, safe and secure schedules between Accra and the main cities. It provides domestic operations from its Accra hub to Kumasi, Takoradi and Tamale. The focus is to consolidate aviation traffic between the main cities and then stimulate traffic to the other domestic airports.

The scope of the agreement eyes Medavia Technics being involved in the following areas of expertise; Technical support/consultancy upon the delivery of their 78 seater aircraft – Bombardier Q400, Base maintenance support including painting under our Part-145 approval, Part-21J Design Organisation for the livery application approval on their aircraft, Continued Airworthiness Management support and finally by setting up a Line Maintenance Station in Accra in order to offer full line support under our Ghanaian Approval. Medavia Technics shall also support them logistically both under normal and AOG circumstances including workshop support.

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Written by: Adwoa Sasu

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