Deutsche Aircraft obtains certifications for quality, the environment


Deutsche Aircraft has obtained three certifications according to international standards.

Recent audit results in accordance with EN 9100:2018 (formerly AS 9100D), including the requirements of EN ISO 9001:2015, enhance Deutsche Aircraft’s highest quality management standards and bring valuable benefits to the company.

Obtaining EN ISO 14001:2015 environmental standards certification for the first time confirms Deutsche Aircraft’s implementation and application of an environmental management system that covers design, production, maintenance and the completion of the Dornier 328 series aircraft, including worldwide customer support and supply chain. as management for operators.

EN ISO certificates are recognized standards for quality and environmental management. They demonstrate Deutsche Aircraft‘s commitments to continuously improve its quality performance while reducing the environmental footprint of its operations and services, as well as taking concrete steps to combat climate change.

Along with complying with applicable occupational health and safety regulations, Deutsche Aircraft is committed to achieving stronger environmental goals.

Dave Jackson, Managing Director of Deutsche Aircraft, said: “We are very proud to have achieved these three certifications. It is a reward for the team, confirming the remarkable work we have put into our internal processes to meet global standards and better support the continued development of the D328eco. Our mission is to use the D328eco to drive aviation’s transition to more sustainable flight. This goes hand in hand with consistent occupational health and safety protection.


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