On Sunday, BOSA sent our Fuel Tank Team to Frankfurt to help with an AOG call out. Their job was to inspect the aircraft's main fuel tank for any damages. BOSA was able to send out a team within less than 24 hours of getting the call out, ensuring that we could get our clients aircraft back in the air as soon as possible. BOSA’s Fuel Tank Service is an EASA 145 Regulated Service. We have a team of highly trained technicians who use the latest aircraft fuel tanking techniques.
Throughout the week beginning 21st January, four of the BOSA team were enrolled on the Storm Aviation A320 Neo (CFM LEAP) differences course in London. The course involved three days of theory and one overnight practical which ran into the early hours of Friday morning. There were examinations held throughout, of which the pass mark was 75% and we are pleased to say that all four of the BOSA team passed. As we all know, aviation is constantly evolving. New technology means be
BOSA will be attending MRO Middle East at the Dubai World Trade Centre from Friday 11th-12th February 2019. We are looking forward to catching up with old faces as well as making some new connections. We do not have a booth but if you would like to meet the team please contact either; Richard Weir (Commercial Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org Dayne Hoskins (Business Development Manager) at email@example.com We look forward to seeing you there!
BOSA are extremely excited to announce that we have joined with Thailand-based Thayaan Aviation Consultants Group in a joint venture to create BOSA-Thayaan Aircraft Service Company (BTAS). BTAS is the first organically approved aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) organisation approved under the Royal Thai Governments (RTG) Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) initiative. We are really looking forward to see where this new venture will take us. You can find out more by