As a Part 145 organisation, Cranfield Aerospace carry out maintenance work on various Jetstream 31 aircrafts. Their most recent programme was to carry out an in-depth 800 hour check on G-OJSA, a Jetstream 31 recently purchased by LinksAir Ltd based at Humberside International Airport. After an extensive six month programme of checks and defect rectification work carried out by the Cranfield Aerospace Chief Aircraft Engineer and his team G-OJSA achieved 'permit to fly' status in order to fly to the paint shop where it is currently undergoing a new livery colour scheme prior to going into service.
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