Seabury Group’s SGI Aviation Gains European Aviation Safety Agency Approval

Posted: 2 August 2010 | Seabury Group | No comments yet

Seabury Group LLC, announced that SGI Aviation Group B.V., has been successful in securing EASA Part 21 Design Organization approval…

Seabury Group LLC, a global investment banking, management advisory and investment management firm, today announced that SGI Aviation Group B.V. (SGI), a Seabury Group company, has been successful in securing European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 21 Design Organization approval.

In September 2009, the SGI was already awarded EASA Continued Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) approval under Part M, subpart G & I. The addition of the Part 21 Design capability expands the portfolio of services provided to the airline and leasing community.

The Design Organization specializes in interior and avionic modifications including:

  • Cabin interior (LOPA) and equipment changes . Avionics Installations including IFE, ELT, Mode S and SELCAL changes . Emergency equipment layout and placard changes . Livery, registration and lease plate installations

Mr. Liam Sisk, Head of SGI Aviation’s Design Organization, said: “I would like to thank the design team for their contribution to achieving a significant milestone for SGI Aviation. This is an important step in completing the range of support services SGI Aviation offers to the airline and leasing community. Provision of Part 21 design services complements our existing Part M CAMO, Technical and Engine Advisory services, and ensures that its customers can be confident of obtaining optimum solutions to their needs.”

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