Recent News from SEL


Changes to operations

As part of SEL's ongoing movement to streamline maintenenace managment services and increase customer satisfaction, we are forced to make some changes to the way in which customers liase with the busniess. As new regulations are implememnted by the EASA it is now the responsibilty of the owner to manage the aircrafts logbook. Furthermore, when maintenance task are scheduled, logbooks are required to be with us no less than 1 week before work is due to commence on said aircraft. Without up to date log books, work cannot commence on any aircraft, this means SEL cannot be responsible for any delays encountered due to late recieval of logbooks. 


For more information on these changes, and why they are neccesarry, please dont hesitate to contact us.

Posted on 25/11/2016 By Sherburn Engineering Ltd.


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IMPORTANT! Amendments to the EASA Part M Regulation

Recent amendments to the EASA Part M Regulation, introduced the Self-Declared Maintenance Programme (SDMP). This applies to all ELA1 aircraft (aircraft <1200kg) not involved in Commercial Operations. Owners of ELA 1 aircraft using LAMP (used previously by SEL) are required to transfer to a Self-Declared Maintenance Programme (SDMP) by the next Airworthiness Review prior to September 2017.


For more information, please visit our ELA1 Aircraft page, and please dont hesitate to contact us.

Posted on 23/11/2016 By Sherburn Engineering Ltd.


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