EASA OKs Camo4jets for Citations and Embraers

AINmxReports » April 25, 2012
April 25, 2012, 3:25 PM

Camo4jets has received EASA authorization to perform airworthiness reviews (ARC) and continuing airworthiness management organization (Camo) functions for all Cessna Citations and Embraer business jets and airliners. Camo4jets currently offers airworthiness reviews and Camo management for operators of Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Dassault and Gulfstream aircraft.

“This latest approval boosts our comprehensive Camo offerings,” said Colin Brickman, continuing airworthiness manager at Camo4jets. Since the company’s launch in 2010 it has received a range of Camo approvals, including EASA (Part M, Subpart G and I), Cayman Islands CAA and Bermuda DCA. Brickman said the advantages of outsourcing include “stricter cost control, higher aircraft utilization, reduced down-times and improved dispatch reliability.” Services include document management, aircraft monitoring and independent engineering advice on modifications, upgrades and warranty claims.

Based in Basel, Switzerland, Camo4jets also provides technical and regulatory management to private and commercial operators of VIP aircraft.

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