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Atitech Takes Over Alitalia E&M From Alitalia In AS.

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A new milestone for the Master’s Degree Course in ‘Aviation

A strategic agreement was signed today between Atitech and Alisarda

Carlos Muñoz, Founder and CEO of Volotea, and Gianni Lettieri,

Atitech takes over Alitalia E&M from Alitalia in AS
Atitech Takes Over Alitalia E&M From Alitalia In AS.

The EASA.IT 145.0026 Atitech certification have been extended including the Alitalia capabilities for line maintenance, base maintenance and shops. Also the EASA CAMO PART M (IT.CAMO.1005) has been extended including the Alitalia CAMO PART M capabilities, in addition to the A320F, with A330F, B777, ERJ family.

Other certifications like POA Part 21 Sub Part G, DOA Part 21 Sub Part J, and EASA Part 147 will be extended in the coming weeks.

With this incorporation Atitech will add to its 5 Hangars with 20 lines in Naples, additional 4 Hangars in FCO with 6 lines for NB and 5 for WB plus one hangar for painting WB.

Shops for Airframe Related Components (ARC), availability of an autoclave for component composite repair, batteries, galley equipment, W&B, pneumatic, some avionics etc… are part of the new perimeter.

Referring to the line maintenance the 1st step is to take over the Italian stations for EASA Customers in FCO, TRS, FLR, OLB, AHO, SUF, REG. The 2nd step will be to take over all Italian station as soon as the certifications from non EU countries to support the relevant customers will be granted.

The last step will be to take over the outstation outside Italy as soon as the relevant certifications will be granted and branches settled.

The strategy of the President and CEO Mr Lettieri is to extend the capabilities to components and engines in order to support Customers with full services in one stop solution.