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Rosen Aviation receives EASA Part-145 repair station certification

July 28, 2008, Eugene, OR – Rosen Aviation has received EASA Part-145 repair station certification. With this certification, Rosen Aviation will be able to provide Form 8130-3 dual release (EASA/FAA) on all repair work performed on products contained within Rosen’s repair station capabilities list. This list can be found at http://www.rosenaviation.com.


July 28, 2008
By Carey Fredericks

July 28, 2008, Eugene, OR – Rosen Aviation has received EASA Part-145 repair station certification. With this certification, Rosen Aviation will be able to provide Form 8130-3 dual release (EASA/FAA) on all repair work performed on products contained within Rosen’s repair station capabilities list. This list can be found at http://www.rosenaviation.com.

– Rosen Aviation has received EASA Part-145 repair station certification. With this certification, Rosen Aviation will be able to provide Form 8130-3 dual release (EASA/FAA) on all repair work performed on products contained within Rosen’s repair station capabilities list. This list can be found at http://www.rosenaviation.com.

“We are very excited to receive this certification from EASA,” states Tadashi Jones, vice president of quality and manufacturing. “With this dual certification, European service and modification centers now have the convenience of EASA-approved repair work. This will streamline the entire repair process, resulting in shorter lead times, a reduction

in paperwork, and an overall increase in customer satisfaction.”


Over the last twenty years, Rosen has maintained on average an annual repair rate just over 2%. The emphasis on quality, reliability, and performance has resulted in numerous awards, recognitions, and consistent selection of its products by aircraft original equipment manufacturers. As its presence grows in the European market, Rosen is

committed to serving these customers by expanding its EASA certification program.

About Rosen Aviation

Founded in 1980, Rosen was formed to serve the corporate aviation industry, with an emphasis on providing creative, cost-effective cabin entertainment systems that meet the stringent requirements of the aviation industry. Rosen develops displays, mapping systems, DVD players, combination source equipment, and mounting solutions for

corporate jet platforms. For more information, visit www.rosenaviation.com.