Portuguese maintenance provider MESA, based in Lisbon and Beja, is expanding its service portfolio: Portugal’s civil aviation authority ANAC has issued two new certifications to MESA.

The MRO provider is now authorized to perform an enhanced scope of base maintenance on the Airbus A330 equipped with Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines. For Airbus A340 aircraft, MESA can now offer to conduct base maintenance in intervals of up to 48 months. This distinction allows the company to undertake more detailed and comprehensive repairs on A340 airliners, which includes an exhaustive inspection of structural components, systems and various other crucial elements.

This accomplishment enhances its ability to handle a broader spectrum of aircraft types and engine configurations, further strengthening its position as a versatile MRO partner.

MESA is an aircraft line and base maintenance provider based in Lisbon International Airport and Beja Airport. The company is an EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organization, approved by Portuguese civil aviation authority ANAC with Certificate PT.145.020. The company performs maintenance worldwide on Airbus A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, A340, A380 and BOMBARDIER CL-600-2B16 aircraft. MESA also has maintenance stations worldwide to support the growing operations of its airline customers, providing temporary line and base maintenance services at a specific plane.