Sundt Air and Norwegian Special Mission establish EASA Part-21 Design Organization Approval (DOA)
Sundt Group of companies are strategically building its capabilities and strength in the Aviation Market through a targeted acquisition of Aviation Engineering.
Aviation Engineering was established in 2007 and has been EASA approved Part 21 Subpart J Design Organization (DOA) since 2009. Aviation Engineering is a reputable company providing high quality designs, including Minor modifications and Major STC’s for large and small aeroplanes as well as large and small rotorcraft.
Aviation Engineering will be 100% integrated in the Sundt Group through its companies Norwegian Special Mission and Sundt Air Holding. The key personnel of Aviation Engineering will continue in their existing positions in the company.
The capacity of Sundt Group will extend to full in-house capabilities of Special Mission Projects to manage the complete cycle of turn key special mission projects:
- Design and supply Special Mission systems; Flight Inspection, Airborne Surveillance and Remote Sensing
- Aircraft maintenance center with integration and modification facility (EASA Part 145 Approved)
- Aircraft design organization (EASA Part 21 Subpart J Approved)
- Full aircraft operator organization (EASA Part-M Approved)
For further information, contact :
Tor Bratli, CEO Sundt Air Holding AS, E-mail : email@example.com
Dag Langerud, CEO Norwegian Special Mission AS, E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
The aviation part of the Sundt Group consists of Sundt Air, Sundt Air Management, Sundt Air Executive Handling, Norwegian Special Mission, Pegasus Helicopter and Aviation Engineering. The group enables the smaller individual Companies to offer flexible and personalized solutions for their customers, while having the financial, technical and service functions of a large aviation Company available, as part of the Sundt Group.
Sundt Group is owned by the investment Company Sundt AS. Sundt AS was established in 1995 by businessman Petter C.G Sundt, and is today owned by his children Christan C.G.Sundt and Else Helene Sundt. They manage a large investment portfolio and are a leading company in its field in Norway