Maintenance of the aircraft is divided into two parts
The continuing airworthiness of aircrafts, which ensures that the aircraft is maintained in the prescribed timeframe in accordance with the approved maintenance program and to implement the approved maintenance organizations, and then check the work performed.
Maintenance of aircraft through part-145 maintenance organization that performs commissioned works department continuing airworthiness management and maintenance schedule for each aircraft.
Continuing airworthiness management
We hold Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) approvals from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in accordance with Part M, Subpart G requirements.
We are currently possess approval for SAAB 340A, PA34, PA28, C172, DA20, R22 aircrafts and we possess knowledge on numerous different aircraft types and offer a full range of CAMO services to support private aircraft owners, commercial operators. These services include:
Continuing Airworthiness Management of aircraft (in service or storage)
Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARCs) issue and renewal
Aircraft maintenance programme development
Technical records management
Airworthiness Directive (AD) and Service bulletin (SB) reviews