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are AMO (Approved Maintenance Organization) certified as well as hold various RDs
(Repair Designs) and PDAs (Part Design Approvals).
AMO 10-89: Approved Maintenance Organization
is an Approved Maintenance Organization certified to
perform maintenance, repair and overhaul services to
structural composite and metallic aircraft structures.
Some of the repairs performed are as per the aircraft
manufacturer's SRM (Structural Repair Manual) but most
often, far exceed the limits allowed by the OEM.
AMO 10-89:Approved Maintenance Organization for Components
CHT is authorized to perform maintenance on the attached components.
AMO 10-89: Distribution
is Transport Canada approved to distribute previously
certified aeronautical components.
AMO 10-89: Manufacture
is Transport Canada approved to manufacture composite
and metallic structural components and assemblies,
either from customer supplied drawings or from
drawings and specifications approved by our in-house
has done over 89 major repairs to the lower engine
cowls on the Dash 8. Many of these repairs include
changing the fwd butt plates. Invariably, the pilot
holes of OEM replacement butt plates do not line up
with the holes at their intended attachment point. CHT
holds a PDA (equivalent to a PMA in the US) to
manufacture these parts without the predrilled pilot
holes for the attachment rivets or the locating pin.
These parts can, therefore be matched drilled upon
installation without the problem of elongating
predrilled holes or redrilling completely new holes.
The parts do include the large slot and smaller aft
slot which engages the upper nacelle locating pin. The
part numbers are as follows: