Our experienced and fully trained personnel have performed just about every job possible on the SAAB 340, from the simple component replacement to the repair and replacement of a wing section.
Strong Culture of Safety: DATS is an approved Safety Management System (SMS) organization. It is embedded in our culture as part of the Discovery Air family to be safety conscious.
Discovery Air Technical Services (DATS) is a Transport Canada Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO 23-10) with a wide range of capabilities. We are authorized to perform maintenance and modifications on all U.S. registered aircraft as listed in the U.S./Canada bilateral agreement (Ref. CFR 43.17) and under EASA 145 (European Aviation Safety Agency).
Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO)
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
Discovery Air Technical Services performs heavy maintenance, major repairs and modifications on Regional Aircraft and has the required tools & GSE to support all the heavy maintenance activities.
DATS is part of the Discovery Air family, which has a wealth of technical expertise in its subsidiaries, ranging from Fixed-wing to Rotary-wing for both Civil and Military products.
Our in-depth knowledge of the EMBRAER Regional Jets allows us to perform thorough inspections and cost effective repairs, within short downtimes. These high quality maintenance practices increases the aircraft reliability between heavy maintenance events.
Discovery Air Technical Services is located in a modern facility directly at the Jean-Lesage International Airport in Quebec City, Canada. Our dedicated and loyal technicians have a long history of completing hundreds of heavy checks on various regional aircraft models.
Discovery Air Technical Services is committed to recruiting and retaining the best talent in aviation industry. By joining DATS you will have the opportunity to participate in a unique and dynamic environment focused on growth, entrepreneurship, innovation and teamwork.
DATS understands mission critical. Our parent company, Discovery Air, operates and maintains over 130 aircraft of 20 different types. Therefore, we fully understand the importance of having airplanes in operation generating revenues.