Transport Canada Approves FTG Aerospace Toronto as an Approved Maintenance Organization


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Firan Technology Group Corporation, a leading provider of electronic products and avionic sub-systems for the aerospace and defense markets, has received approval from Transport Canada to be an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO). 

Under this approval, FTG Aerospace Toronto is approved for the maintenance of aeronautical products, specifically for instruments or display devices. With this approval, FTG can now maintain or repair its display products and provide airworthiness tags for repaired products. 

“This is an important accomplishment for FTG as it enables us to now fully support our customers through the complete lifecycle of our products,” stated Brad Bourne, President and CEO, FTG Corporation. “We have a strategy to increase our activity in the large aftermarket segment of the Aerospace industry and this certification is a key milestone in accomplishing our objective,” he added.

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