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ADDRESS Pfarrwiese 8 3443 Sieghartskirchen Austria/Europe
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OVERVIEW TRAINING  ORGANISATION APPROVAL  AND AIRCRAFT/COMPONENT CERTIFICATION   QUALITY MANAGEMENT  CONSULTING  AIRPORT MANAGEMENT AND AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

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ABOUT THE COMPANY Equipped   with   30   years   of   experience   and   contacts   in   many   fields of aviation the company was established in 2003. Together     with     other     aviation     associate     specialists     in     different     disciplines     of aviation   we   provide   a   network   able   to   cope   with   different   challenges   and   provide   a wide   range   of   services   in   the   field   of   certification   of   organisations,   equipment   or   in the area of aviation training

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at REDAK CONSULTING GmbH Our knowledge in the different sectors of aviation can also help you and your organisation, if you consult us. (see our TRAINING  and SERVICES  )
About the Founder of the Company Franz Redak, MBA Since 6/2003 working selfemployed with REDAK CONSULTING.  He accepted long term contracts with a few companies for which he provides following services:  SCANDIANVIAN AVIONICS A/S in Billund/DK as Head of Office of Airworthiness within the SA Design Organisation. (Part 21 Subpart J approval granted in January 2004 – EASA.21J.014) in the field of Avioncs and Interior and limited structural changes.  AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATION (AEA) in Lee’s Summit/USA as european regulatory advisor providing monthly regulatory updates and articles on certain topics and acting as contact person for European Member companies. The organisation represents 1100 member companies worldwide.  GITA AVIATION (Changzhou) Co. Ltd. in the Peoples Republic of China. Preparing the Production Organisation Exposition including Training and supporting the Organisations approval process with EASA. Prepared and gained ETSO approval for Cargo Freight net. First company outside of Europe gainig a EASA POA.  Starting 6/2003  working with VARIOUS other companies preparing and supervising implementation of EASA Part 21 (Production and Design Organisation including ETSO approvals), 145, and Subpart M Procedures.  Quality Manager for Transair Vienna since 2005.  Since 2006 performing Training Courses on for JAA-TO (Training Organisation) in the field of: o Electric Wiring Interconnecting Systems (EWIS) o Fuel Tank Safety o Part M and Part 145 o Postholder Maintenance o Non-destructive Testing o Night Vision Imaging Systems o CS 25 Training o EWIS (CS 25) Training o Performance Based Navigation (PBN) o Aircraft Registration Since 10/2005 Company changed legal status to REDAK CONSULTING GmbH (limited). He serves as the managing director and 100% owner. Business is being continued as before. 1/2011 – 1/2014 Part 21 Auditor for CARGOLUX in Luxemburg/L Special knowledge and certification: Brilliant english language knowledge Licenced Class I /AML engineer since 1986 in Austria (Fokker F27, Dassault F20 and some small piston aircrafts). Dassault F900 and Hawker 700/800 Series maintenance training course. Experienced in all kind of maintenance planning and organisation Used to deal with air offices including EASA, FAA, CAA China, Swiss, Bermuda, Caiman, Danish, Malta, Italian, British and German. Experienced in guiding, leading and motivate people to enjoy and like their work. Extensive Project management skills. Used to office work (Computer experience extends to Outlook, Word, Excel, Adobe, AutoCAD and Photoshop). Extensive knowledge of reporting techniques and wording of documents to fit the intended purpose most. Substantial knowledge in EASA and FAR Regulations. Prepared Maintenance Organisation Expositions (MOE) for Part 145 Organisations. Prepared and performed training for a Part 21 Subpart J (Design Organisation) Manual. Prepared and performed training for a Part 21 Subpart G (Production Organisation) Manual. Prepared and performed training for “alternate procedures” according EASA Part 21. Prepared Contiuned Airworthiness Management Expositions in accordance with EASA Part M Subpart G for major Austrian business jet operators. Prepared and approved over 150 major changes (STC´s) and about 130 minor modifications. Wide knowledge of certification issues. Completed a System Safety Analysis (FAR/CS 25.1309) Course at the University of Cranfield Completed various Austro Control Training courses (total 8 days) for Certification Verification Engineer as precondition to be accepted as Head of Design and Head of Office of Airworthiness. ISO 9000 and Quality Management course completed Performed a audit training with British authority CAA in 2006. 17 years experience in auditing and managing a Quality Management System. Served as Regional Director for the European section of AEA (Aircraft Electronic Association) from 1998 to 2003 with about 1100 Membercompanies. 1997 to 2004 working in a CNS/ATM Steering group together with representatives of the Ministry of Transport, Austro Control, Austrian Airlines Group, AOPA. Worked together with Austro Control as contractor to implement NUP Phase II, a new generation Datalink system based on VDL-MODE 4 technology. Issued a monthly Article in AEA Avionics News, infrequently in the AOPA Germany newspapers and in an Austrian aviation newspaper. RTCA Member since 2004 SAE Member since 2009. Taking part in a Working Group to develop Design and Testing Standards for Aircraft Cargo Nets. 2008 Performed a fuel tank safety course Level 1 & 2. Auditor for Part M (Subpart G), Part 145 and Part 21 (Subpart G and J).
Great ideas need landing gear as well as wings.” - C.D. Jackson

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TRAININGS

Part 21 Training.

Introduct The   Commission   Regulation   (EC)   No 1702/2003    was    adopted    and    issued by   the   Commision,   on   the   basis   of   a formal    opinion    of    the    Agency    on    24 September   2003   and   is   replaced   as   of 10th       September       2012       by       the Regulation   (EU)   No   748/2012   of   3rd August       2012.       Annexed       to       this Regulation is Annex Part 21. In   accordance   with   Articel   5   and   6   of the        basic        Regulation        (EC)        No 1592/2002,    -    [The    Basic    Regulation (EC)   No   216/2008   of   20th   February 2008   repealed   (EC)   No   1592/2002   !!] -    the        (EU)    No    748/2012    is    laying down         implementing         rules         for airworthiness        and        environmental certification    of    aircraft    and    related products,     parts,     and     appliances,     as well   as   for   the   certification   of   design and production organisations. This     training     provides     information about   the   legal   and   regulatory   system as    defined    through    (EC)    216/2008 and in detail (EC) 748/2012.   Detailed Content / Topics: EASA Part-21 General Course: The      legal      structure      of      the European union - The basics The    structure    of    the    specific juridical          system          of          the European union for Aviation. The    Basic    Regulation    (EC)    No. 216/2008 The         basics         about         ICAO (International       Civil       Aviation Organisation) Legislation           according           to Commission      Regulation      (EC) No.       1702/2003,       381/2005, 706/2006,                        335/2007, 375/2007,             287/2008             , 1057/2008 and 1194/2009 Valid   interpretations   according to   the   EASA   Executive   Director Decision                     2003/01/RM, 2006/13/R,                 2007/006/R, 2007/008/R,        2007/012/R        , 2009/11/R and 2010/001/R General    overview    of    the    part 21 relating to POA (Subpart G) Detailed   lecture   and   discussion of    contents    of    the    part    21    as well    as    the    responsibility    for the        organization,        resulting from   it,   as   well   as   the   persons active in the organization. Examples and Workshops EASA Part-21 Subpart G and J: The      legal      structure      of      the European union - The basics The    Basic    Regulation    (EC)    No. 216/2008 General    overview    of    the    part 21 Responsibility               of               the Management     Personal     in     the range           of           Design           and Production workshop Privileges      of      the      respective ranges Sectioning                   of                   the responsibilities      between      the Design            and            Production workshop. Involvment   of   the   Agency/ACG in      case      of      changes      of      the company (significant changes). Condition   for   the   extension   of permission  Target group(s): This     training     is     targeted     at     each person      who      performs      within      the frame      of      airworthiness      duties      - Managers     and     staff     of     applicants. Holders   of   approvals   and   certificates. Managers     and     staff     of     Competent Authorities       who       are       responsible within   their   respective   organisations for   the   issuance   of   approvals   and/or certificates      and      the      oversight      of approval holders. This   training   is   also   targeted   at   Staff with         legal         and         administrative functions.   Learning Objectives: After training, the person should have all    necessary    information    in    relation with   the   tasks   they   must   accomplish within     the     frame     of     their     current airworthiness    duties    and    a    detailed understanding    and    knowledge    of    all necessary   task   and   responsibilities   as defined    by    (EC)    No.    216/2008    and (EC) 1702/2003. The    objectives    of    the    course    are    to satisfy     the     needs     of     the     training requirements   published   by   EASA   and FAA   Duration:   EASA Part-21 General Cours:                                      2   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00) EASA Part-21 Subpart G and J:                                     1   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00)   

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Part 23/25/27/29

Training.

Introduction: Certification    Specifications    (CS)    are used   for   establishing   the   certification basis   for   applications   made   after   the date     of     entry     into     force     of     a     CS including any amendments. The       Agency       adopts       Certification Specifications       (CS)       andAcceptable Means   of   Compliance   (AMC)   for   the implementation       of       the       Essential Requirements: Book    1    (Requirements)    and    Book    2 (AMC)    of    the    differentCertification Specifications Having     regard     to     the     Commission Regulation   (EU)   No   748/2012   of   3rd August            2012            laying            down implementing           rules           for           the airworthiness        and        environmental certification    of    aircraft    and    related products,     parts     and     appliances,     as well   as   for   the   certification   of   design and       production       organisations,       in particular       21A.16A       of       Part       21 thereof; Detailed Content / Topics: Part 23/25/27/29   Major/Minor Repair/Change TC Basis Compliance showing AMC, AC, TGLs DO-160, DO-178 Other    standards    such    as    SAE, RTCA, MIL etc. Certification Program Compliance Record Conditions   for   flight/Permit   to Flight Additional for Part 27/29:   HEMS, NVG, FLIR, Sling etc. Target group(s): This     training     is     targeted     at     each person       who       performs       aeroplane certification   programs   for   small/large aeroplanes/helicopters. Learning Objectives: After    training,    the    person    is    able    to properly           prepare           minor/major repairs/changes    and    is    able    to    show compliance        with        the        applicable requirements                  and                  other standards.The       objectives       of       the course   are   to   satisfy   the   needs   of   the training    requirements    published    by EASA and FAA Duration: 2   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00)     

EWIS Training.

Introduction: On      Sept.      5,      2009      the      European Aviation      Safety      Agency      issued      a revised      certification      standard      for large aircraft, CS-25, Amendment 5. The        new        CS-25         contains        the consolidated   outcome   to   NPA   2007- 01     in     regards     to     the     “Aeroplane Electrical       Wiring       Interconnection System      (EWIS)”      requirements.This new         amendment         will         require operators,    holders    of    TCs/STCs    and maintenance     organisation     to     train their   personnel   with   regards   to   EWIS. This    training    provides    guidance    for personnel     directly     involved     in     the maintenance   and   inspection   of   EWIS as   well   as   for   personnel   who   are   not directly involved. Detailed Content / Topics: General         Electrical         Wiring Interconnection                   System Practices Wiring                                    Practices Documentation EWIS Inspection Housekeeping   /   Contamination Sources Wires Connective Devices Target group(s): This     training     is     targeted     at     each person       who       performs       aeroplane maintenance,   inspections,   alterations or repairs on EWIS and/or structure. Learning Objectives: After    training,    the    person    is    able    to properly      evaluate      the      EWIS      and effectively      use      the      manufacturers Chapter    20    Wiring    System    overhaul manual      for      that      aeroplane.      The training    programme    includes:    wiring system     condition,     applicable     repair schemes,     wiring     modifications     and ancillary     repairs     to     wiring     systems and    components.    The    objectives    of the   course   are   to   satisfy   the   needs   of the    training    requirements    published by EASA and FAA Pre-requisites: Basic   knowledge   of   Part   145   and/or Part M regulations. Duration: 1   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00)     

Part 21 Training.

Introduct The   Commission   Regulation   (EC)   No 1702/2003    was    adopted    and    issued by   the   Commision,   on   the   basis   of   a formal    opinion    of    the    Agency    on    24 September   2003   and   is   replaced   as   of 10th       September       2012       by       the Regulation   (EU)   No   748/2012   of   3rd August       2012.       Annexed       to       this Regulation is Annex Part 21. In   accordance   with   Articel   5   and   6   of the        basic        Regulation        (EC)        No 1592/2002,    -    [The    Basic    Regulation (EC)   No   216/2008   of   20th   February 2008   repealed   (EC)   No   1592/2002   !!] -    the        (EU)    No    748/2012    is    laying down         implementing         rules         for airworthiness        and        environmental certification    of    aircraft    and    related products,     parts,     and     appliances,     as well   as   for   the   certification   of   design and production organisations. This     training     provides     information about   the   legal   and   regulatory   system as    defined    through    (EC)    216/2008 and in detail (EC) 748/2012.   Detailed Content / Topics: EASA Part-21 General Course: The      legal      structure      of      the European union - The basics The    structure    of    the    specific juridical          system          of          the European union for Aviation. The    Basic    Regulation    (EC)    No. 216/2008 The         basics         about         ICAO (International       Civil       Aviation Organisation) Legislation           according           to Commission      Regulation      (EC) No.       1702/2003,       381/2005, 706/2006,                        335/2007, 375/2007,             287/2008             , 1057/2008 and 1194/2009 Valid   interpretations   according to   the   EASA   Executive   Director Decision                     2003/01/RM, 2006/13/R,                 2007/006/R, 2007/008/R,        2007/012/R        , 2009/11/R and 2010/001/R General    overview    of    the    part 21 relating to POA (Subpart G) Detailed   lecture   and   discussion of    contents    of    the    part    21    as well    as    the    responsibility    for the        organization,        resulting from   it,   as   well   as   the   persons active in the organization. Examples and Workshops EASA Part-21 Subpart G and J: The      legal      structure      of      the European union - The basics The    Basic    Regulation    (EC)    No. 216/2008 General    overview    of    the    part 21 Responsibility               of               the Management     Personal     in     the range           of           Design           and Production workshop Privileges      of      the      respective ranges Sectioning                   of                   the responsibilities      between      the Design            and            Production workshop. Involvment   of   the   Agency/ACG in      case      of      changes      of      the company (significant changes). Condition   for   the   extension   of permission  Target group(s): This     training     is     targeted     at     each person      who      performs      within      the frame      of      airworthiness      duties      - Managers     and     staff     of     applicants. Holders   of   approvals   and   certificates. Managers     and     staff     of     Competent Authorities       who       are       responsible within   their   respective   organisations for   the   issuance   of   approvals   and/or certificates      and      the      oversight      of approval holders. This   training   is   also   targeted   at   Staff with         legal         and         administrative functions.   Learning Objectives: After training, the person should have all    necessary    information    in    relation with   the   tasks   they   must   accomplish within     the     frame     of     their     current airworthiness    duties    and    a    detailed understanding    and    knowledge    of    all necessary   task   and   responsibilities   as defined    by    (EC)    No.    216/2008    and (EC) 1702/2003. The    objectives    of    the    course    are    to satisfy     the     needs     of     the     training requirements   published   by   EASA   and FAA   Duration:   EASA Part-21 General Cours:                                      2   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00) EASA Part-21 Subpart G and J:                                     1   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00)

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TRAININGS

Part 23/25/27/29

Training.

Introduction: Certification    Specifications    (CS)    are used   for   establishing   the   certification basis   for   applications   made   after   the date     of     entry     into     force     of     a     CS including any amendments. The       Agency       adopts       Certification Specifications       (CS)       andAcceptable Means   of   Compliance   (AMC)   for   the implementation       of       the       Essential Requirements: Book    1    (Requirements)    and    Book    2 (AMC)    of    the    differentCertification Specifications Having     regard     to     the     Commission Regulation   (EU)   No   748/2012   of   3rd August            2012            laying            down implementing           rules           for           the airworthiness        and        environmental certification    of    aircraft    and    related products,     parts     and     appliances,     as well   as   for   the   certification   of   design and       production       organisations,       in particular       21A.16A       of       Part       21 thereof; Detailed Content / Topics: Part 23/25/27/29   Major/Minor Repair/Change TC Basis Compliance showing AMC, AC, TGLs DO-160, DO-178 Other    standards    such    as    SAE, RTCA, MIL etc. Certification Program Compliance Record Conditions   for   flight/Permit   to Flight Additional for Part 27/29:   HEMS, NVG, FLIR, Sling etc. Target group(s): This     training     is     targeted     at     each person       who       performs       aeroplane certification   programs   for   small/large aeroplanes/helicopters. Learning Objectives: After    training,    the    person    is    able    to properly           prepare           minor/major repairs/changes    and    is    able    to    show compliance        with        the        applicable requirements                  and                  other standards.The       objectives       of       the course   are   to   satisfy   the   needs   of   the training    requirements    published    by EASA and FAA Duration: 2   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00)     

EWIS Training.

Introduction: On      Sept.      5,      2009      the      European Aviation      Safety      Agency      issued      a revised      certification      standard      for large aircraft, CS-25, Amendment 5. The        new        CS-25         contains        the consolidated   outcome   to   NPA   2007- 01     in     regards     to     the     “Aeroplane Electrical       Wiring       Interconnection System      (EWIS)”      requirements.This new         amendment         will         require operators,    holders    of    TCs/STCs    and maintenance     organisation     to     train their   personnel   with   regards   to   EWIS. This    training    provides    guidance    for personnel     directly     involved     in     the maintenance   and   inspection   of   EWIS as   well   as   for   personnel   who   are   not directly involved. Detailed Content / Topics: General         Electrical         Wiring Interconnection                   System Practices Wiring                                    Practices Documentation EWIS Inspection Housekeeping   /   Contamination Sources Wires Connective Devices Target group(s): This     training     is     targeted     at     each person       who       performs       aeroplane maintenance,   inspections,   alterations or repairs on EWIS and/or structure. Learning Objectives: After    training,    the    person    is    able    to properly      evaluate      the      EWIS      and effectively      use      the      manufacturers Chapter    20    Wiring    System    overhaul manual      for      that      aeroplane.      The training    programme    includes:    wiring system     condition,     applicable     repair schemes,     wiring     modifications     and ancillary     repairs     to     wiring     systems and    components.    The    objectives    of the   course   are   to   satisfy   the   needs   of the    training    requirements    published by EASA and FAA Pre-requisites: Basic   knowledge   of   Part   145   and/or Part M regulations. Duration: 1   day   (starting   at   09:00   and   finishing at around 17:00)     
NAVIGATION
ADDRESS Pfarrwiese 8 3443 Sieghartskirchen Austria/Europe
Made with MAGIX
Copyright © 2005-2017 Redak Consulting GmbH - All rights reserved
CONTACT e: info@redakconsulting.at f: +43 2274 2530 Mobil: +43 664 9130950

WHAT WE PROVIDE

OVERVIEW TRAINING  ORGANISATION APPROVAL  AND AIRCRAFT/COMPONENT CERTIFICATION   QUALITY MANAGEMENT  CONSULTING  AIRPORT MANAGEMENT AND AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

STORY

ABOUT THE COMPANY Equipped   with   30   years   of   experience   and contacts    in    many    fields    of    aviation    the company was established in 2003. Together   with   other   aviation   associate   specialists   in different   disciplines   of   aviation   we   provide   a   network able   to   cope   with   different   challenges   and   provide   a wide   range   of   services   in   the   field   of   certification   of organisations,    equipment    or    in    the    area    of    aviation training

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at REDAK CONSULTING GmbH Our knowledge in the different sectors of aviation can also help you and your organisation, if you consult us. (see our TRAINING  and SERVICES  )
About the Founder of the Company Franz Redak, MBA Since 6/2003 working selfemployed with REDAK CONSULTING.  He accepted long term contracts with a few companies for which he provides following services:  SCANDIANVIAN AVIONICS A/S in Billund/DK as Head of Office of Airworthiness within the SA Design Organisation. (Part 21 Subpart J approval granted in January 2004 – EASA.21J.014) in the field of Avioncs and Interior and limited structural changes.  AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS ASSOCIATION (AEA) in Lee’s Summit/USA as european regulatory advisor providing monthly regulatory updates and articles on certain topics and acting as contact person for European Member companies. The organisation represents 1100 member companies worldwide.  GITA AVIATION (Changzhou) Co. Ltd. in the Peoples Republic of China. Preparing the Production Organisation Exposition including Training and supporting the Organisations approval process with EASA. Prepared and gained ETSO approval for Cargo Freight net. First company outside of Europe gainig a EASA POA.  Starting 6/2003  working with VARIOUS other companies preparing and supervising implementation of EASA Part 21 (Production and Design Organisation including ETSO approvals), 145, and Subpart M Procedures.  Quality Manager for Transair Vienna since 2005.  Since 2006 performing Training Courses on for JAA-TO (Training Organisation) in the field of: o Electric Wiring Interconnecting Systems (EWIS) o Fuel Tank Safety o Part M and Part 145 o Postholder Maintenance o Non-destructive Testing o Night Vision Imaging Systems o CS 25 Training o EWIS (CS 25) Training o Performance Based Navigation (PBN) o Aircraft Registration Since 10/2005 Company changed legal status to REDAK CONSULTING GmbH (limited). He serves as the managing director and 100% owner. Business is being continued as before. 1/2011 – 1/2014 Part 21 Auditor for CARGOLUX in Luxemburg/L Special knowledge and certification: Brilliant english language knowledge Licenced Class I /AML engineer since 1986 in Austria (Fokker F27, Dassault F20 and some small piston aircrafts). Dassault F900 and Hawker 700/800 Series maintenance training course. Experienced in all kind of maintenance planning and organisation Used to deal with air offices including EASA, FAA, CAA China, Swiss, Bermuda, Caiman, Danish, Malta, Italian, British and German. Experienced in guiding, leading and motivate people to enjoy and like their work. Extensive Project management skills. Used to office work (Computer experience extends to Outlook, Word, Excel, Adobe, AutoCAD and Photoshop). Extensive knowledge of reporting techniques and wording of documents to fit the intended purpose most. Substantial knowledge in EASA and FAR Regulations. Prepared Maintenance Organisation Expositions (MOE) for Part 145 Organisations. Prepared and performed training for a Part 21 Subpart J (Design Organisation) Manual. Prepared and performed training for a Part 21 Subpart G (Production Organisation) Manual. Prepared and performed training for “alternate procedures” according EASA Part 21. Prepared Contiuned Airworthiness Management Expositions in accordance with EASA Part M Subpart G for major Austrian business jet operators. Prepared and approved over 150 major changes (STC´s) and about 130 minor modifications. Wide knowledge of certification issues. Completed a System Safety Analysis (FAR/CS 25.1309) Course at the University of Cranfield Completed various Austro Control Training courses (total 8 days) for Certification Verification Engineer as precondition to be accepted as Head of Design and Head of Office of Airworthiness. ISO 9000 and Quality Management course completed Performed a audit training with British authority CAA in 2006. 17 years experience in auditing and managing a Quality Management System. Served as Regional Director for the European section of AEA (Aircraft Electronic Association) from 1998 to 2003 with about 1100 Membercompanies. 1997 to 2004 working in a CNS/ATM Steering group together with representatives of the Ministry of Transport, Austro Control, Austrian Airlines Group, AOPA. Worked together with Austro Control as contractor to implement NUP Phase II, a new generation Datalink system based on VDL- MODE 4 technology. Issued a monthly Article in AEA Avionics News, infrequently in the AOPA Germany newspapers and in an Austrian aviation newspaper. RTCA Member since 2004 SAE Member since 2009. Taking part in a Working Group to develop Design and Testing Standards for Aircraft Cargo Nets. 2008 Performed a fuel tank safety course Level 1 & 2. Auditor for Part M (Subpart G), Part 145 and Part 21 (Subpart G and J).
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                                         CONSULTING Other services provided contain: Managing of an Organisations Change Process Prepare independent Aircraft Evaluations Import and Exports of Aircraft Support your effort to operate and maintain aircraft Provide at site support while your aircraft is undergoing Maintenance or Refurbishment

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