TGB Aviation provides following services during the process of systematically examining, checking and testing aircraft structural members, components and systems, to detect actual or potential unserviceable conditions.

  • Aircraft physical inspection
  • Full aircraft documentation inspection
  • Lost Technical Records Reconstitution
  • Status report of the aircraft including:
    • List of the modifications to be performed in order to be compliant with your regulation.
    • Modifications to be performed in order to be compliant with your operations standard.

Aircraft maintenance checks are periodic checks that have to be done on all aircraft after a certain amount of time or usage. Airlines casually refer to these checks as one of the following:

A Check
This is performed approximately every month or 500 Flight Hours (FH). The actual occurrence of this check varies by aircraft type, the cycle count or the number of hours flown since the last check.

B Check
This is performed approximately every 3 months. A similar occurrence schedule applies to the B check as to the A check.

C Check
This is performed approximately every 12–18 months or 2500 Flight Hours (FH). This maintenance check puts the aircraft out of service.

D Check
This is the heaviest check for the airplane, also known as a Heavy Maintenance visit (HMV). This check occurs approximately every 4–5 years. This is the check that, takes the entire airplane apart for inspection.

Logistics / Spare Parts
Aircraft Inspection
Aircraft Assessment
Delivery / Redelivery
Aircraft Management Consultancy
Fixed Wing / Rotary Aircraft
Aircraft Engine
IOSA / ISAGO Assistance
OPS & EU OPS Manual
Safety Management Systems
Technical Publications & Quality Manual
Part 66 Module Exam
Continuous Training
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