AR Air International Engineering is one of the world’s most technologically advanced aircraft maintenance support the world’s largest fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft, operated by the fleets of thirty other airlines through third-party maintenance contracts.
Our exceptional team sets industry benchmarks. All AR Air International Engineering personnel are fully qualified at all levels. They manage and implement all aspects of maintenance, engineering, quality, planning, and logistics.
Our diligence is uncompromising, and our commitment to quality and superior levels of safety is unwavering. And this has established our reputation for world-leading aircraft maintenance.
The front end of AR Air International Engineering, the Line Maintenance section encompasses the activities of Line Maintenance and ACM. This section continuously liaises and interfaces with critical operational areas like Flight Operations and Network Control to provide efficient services to a demanding commercial schedule.
Our team is focused on providing a premium service to multiple third-party airlines that we have full technical agreements.
The Base Maintenance team keeps the multiple third party fleet in the best possible condition. We carry out all major routine, planned maintenance tasks and any unscheduled maintenance tasks such as repairs, replacements, and modifications. This includes aircraft A and C checks.
The Engineering Technical Services (ETS) department provides technical support services for one of the most technologically advanced fleets of aircraft in the world, ensuring it operates at the highest level of safety, reliability, cost-effectiveness, and passenger comfort at all times. The engineers and technical staff in this department engage actively with new aircraft technologies and systems.
Monitoring the compliance of AR Air International Engineering to ensure the highest standards are maintained to meet the regulatory requirements. The Quality Assurance (QA) department primarily exists to monitor all of the third-party aircraft continuing airworthiness management, maintenance, and engineering support functions to ensure they comply with the published engineering procedures & standards, as well as the various National/International Aviation Authority’s regulatory requirements.
Compliance monitoring is conducted by a dedicated team of auditors with the objective to continuously monitoring the effectiveness of the engineering department’s processes and procedures to ensure that all corporate and regulatory requirements are met.
AR Air International Engineering also utilizes the latest as well as bespoke IT technology in order to remain agile, efficient, and effective, and encourages ‘innovation’ & ‘best practice’ in all areas of Quality Assurance. The QA department is resourced by a team of national and multi-national, talented, skilled, and qualified individuals with an extensive depth of Aerospace related knowledge and experience.
The department’s role is to monitor compliance with the regulatory requirements issued by these National Authorities. The department’s audit plan encompasses a review of all continuing airworthiness management, maintenance, training, design, and manufacturing functions across engineering.
Audits can take many forms but in general, they require a compliance review of the activity against the published procedures and relevant regulatory requirements. The areas covered by the audit plan include, but are not limited to, the following:
Detailed reports of all completed investigations are circulated to section managers for discussion with staff so that practices and procedures can be corrected or reinforced to prevent the reoccurrence of incidents. The reports, and any resulting recommendations.
QAM is also responsible for managing Sentinel, a database of completed engineering safety reports, which helps to identify reoccurring errors and failures in practices, procedures, and/or components. Significant issues are discussed by AR Air International Engineering’s safety board and strategies for remedial action are produced.
When an incident involves a flight and/or maintenance. It also has close working relationships with regulators, manufacturers, and vendors, reporting issues and working with them to achieve change through regulatory, design, and production process improvements.
QAM designs and implements audit programs to monitor actively all aspects relating to compliance with regulatory authorities’ requirements. It ensures all applicable elements of the quality system are in place, documented, and implemented effectively to ensure that the corporate commitment and obligations to regulations, safety policy, and quality standards are followed.
Audit programs consist of surveys and operational inspections at predetermined intervals during AR Air International’s maintenance and engineering activities and functions.
AR Air International Pakistan is committed to providing aircraft engineering services to the highest exacting quality standards as recognized by international safety and airworthiness regulatory bodies to fully satisfy the need of its customers and regulators.