African Aerospace, the Magazine for Aerospace Professionals in Africa realized a double page about Air Express Algeria. In its last issue African Aerospace offers a very complete article about Air Express Algeria business model and prospects.On this occasion, the magazine conducted an interview with Mr. Djebrine Belleili Marketing Director of our company. The magazine also offers an overview of the main issues at stake for the African aviation market before the 46th AFRAA General Assembly that is organized in Algiers by the national airline, Air Algérie.
The new website of Air Express Algeria is now online. Displaying contents in English and French it provides information about the company’s policy and standards. It also gives full knowledge of our services, maintenance and fleet. Bringing the public and our customers to have a better knowledge and understanding of our work and place in Algerian aviation sector was the paramount requirement for this new website. Communication tools have been enhanced and give now the opportunity to each one to follow and contact Air Express through social medias (Facebook and Google +) and emails. Through FLIGHT TRACKS, customers and public will be able to follow news and perspectives of the company.
Air Express Algeria has received the approval of the EASA – Part 145 (European Aviation Safety Agency). After a deep audit, the European institution estimated that the Algerian company complies with international standards. This approval covers all areas of aeronautical maintenance provided by Air Express.
The European Aviation Safety Agency is world reference. To receive its accreditation is a mark of excellence on the African and global scale. We firmly believe that this approval EASA is a great achievement and reflects the professionalism of our staff and the quality of aircraft maintenance delivered to our customers. It also shows the constant dedication of Air Express Algeria to improve the quality of maintenance and flight safety.
Air Express Algeria has received approval from the SACAA (South African Civil Aviation Authority). After a thorough audit, the South African institution found that the Algerian company met all international standards. This approval covers all activities of the company including aircraft maintenance.
The SACAA is a leading institution in Africa. Receive its accreditation is a mark of excellence in the continental and global scale.