Hangxin Avionics Passed the Renewal Audit of Aviation Material Repairer and Aviation Parts Distributor certificate

   Hangxin Avionics Passed the Renewal Audit of Aviation Material Repairer and Aviation Parts Distributor certificate

On October 18-19, 2018, Civil Aviation Maintenance Association of China (hereinafter referred to as the "CAMAC") carried out an audit on Guangzhou Hangxin Avionics Co., Ltd. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hangxin, hereinafter referred to as "Hangxin Avionics") regarding the renewal of Aviation Parts Repairer and Aviation Material Distributor certificate. After a comprehensive understanding of Hangxin Avionics’ maintenance and aviation material distribution capabilities, CAMAC's audit team fully affirmed the overall maintenance and aviation sales management, and expressed high appreciation on the quality system, production control system, engineering management system, and aviation material distribution system. Hangxin Electronics successfully passed the renewal audit of the Aviation Material Repairer and Aviation Parts Distributor.

The Audit Committee of CAMAC inspects the CCAR145 quality system and aviation parts distributor management system of Hangxin Avionics carefully in accordance with the provisions of the R0 version of Standards and Procedures for Joint Evaluation of Air Operators, and the R4 version of Qualification Evaluation Standards and Procedures for Aviation Materials Distributors. The scope of audit mainly involves the maintenance plant facilities, tools and equipment, staff qualifications, training, airworthiness data, engineering technology, production control system, internal audit, maintenance records and aviation parts distribution etc.

After the audit, Hangxin Electronics will receive the renewed Aviation Material Repairer Certificate and Aviation Parts Distributor Certificate issued by CAMAC. Air operators may directly use CAMAC's joint review results on contractors and distributors to include them into the list of qualified suppliers, reducing the number of times airlines review MROs.