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AOG Technics Ltd

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is conducting a criminal investigation into suspected fraud at aircraft parts supplier AOG Technics Ltd.

Since 2015, UK-headquartered AOG Technics has supplied parts for passenger aircraft engines around the world. These are mostly sold to overseas companies that install airline parts, as well as some UK airlines, maintenance providers and other parts suppliers.

On 4 August 2023, the UK Civil Aviation Authority and European Union Aviation Safety Agency issued safety notices to alert owners, operators, maintenance organisations, and distributors of suspected unapproved parts distributed by AOG Technics. On 21 September 2023, the United States’ Federal Aviation Administration issued a similar notice about parts distributed by the company.

On 6 December 2023, the SFO conducted a search operation at a site in Greater London and made one arrest in connection with the investigation.

Tudalen wedi ei chyhoeddi ar 6 Rhag 2023 | Tudalen wedi ei haddasu ar 6 Rhag 2023