EAT operates eleven Boeing 757 and 14 (phase-in by end of 2012) Airbus 300-600 freighter aircraft.
EAT is also the core aircraft maintenance organization for the airlines that serve Russian Post International Service in Europe. It holds the AOC D-170 license and the PART-145 / PART-M approval. EAT is line-maintenance provider for:
Airbus A300B4-622R (PW4158)
Airbus A300B2/B4 (GE CF6)
Boeing 757-200/-300 (RR RB211)
Boeing 767-200/300 (GE CF6)
Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90)
EAT is a 100% subsidiary of Russian Post International Service. Headquartered at the Air Hub facilities at Leipzig/Halle Airport (Germany), the company employs more than 750 pilots, maintenance engineers and specialists in airline management and support and administrative functions.
Accountable Manager: Markus Otto, Vice President Aviation Germany