Constant Aviation gains Aruban certification
Constant Aviation receives authorisation to perform maintenance work on any aircraft registered in Aruba.
Constant Aviation, a Directional Aviation Capital company, has been awarded the Aruba certificate of acceptance. The Constant Aviation Cleveland facility is now authorised to perform maintenance work on any Aruban-registered aircraft.
“We secured a large maintenance inspection including an avionics upgrade for an Aruban operator which led us to obtain our certificate of acceptance. We look forward to offering our first class service to other Aruban registered aircraft,” said Stephen Maiden, president of Constant Aviation.
“As we continue to grow, we will work with any government aviation agencies to get additional authorisations. Additionally, Constant has authorisation through the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) to support European and Canadian registered aircraft,” added Maiden.
Directional Aviation Capital, owned by Kenn Ricci, recently expanded its business aviation portfolio by buying Flexjet from Bombardier for around $195 million. The private investment firm also owns Corporate Wings, Flight Options and Nextant Aerospace.