In its effort to increasingly meet regional operator demands, OGMA says it has been certified by the Russian Civil Aviation Authorities with respect to EMBRAER 135/145 maintenance services (base and line).
The certification now granted by the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency is in addition to other approvals currently held by OGMA and issued by the Aviation Authorities of Angola, Aruba, Bahrain, Bermuda, Brazil, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates, Ukraine and USA (FAA).
Starting up back in 1998 as the first Embraer Authorized Service Center in Europe and having Embraer as its major shareholder, OGMA specializes in providing maintenance services to the Embraer aircraft family, both commercial and Legacy 600/650 executive models. Taking advantage of accumulated experience in the ERJ family, as well as of the close relationship with the manufacturer, OGMA offers a broad range of maintenance services including dedicated on-site teams.
OGMA currently holds EASA approvals on a wide spectrum of aircraft industry activities, namely Design Organization Approval ( DOA- Part 21G), Production Organization Approval (POA-Part 21J), Maintenance Organization Approval (MOA-Part 145) and now, also, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization approval (CAMO- Part M).