New European legislation has opened the door for third-party organizations to
be approved as continuing airworthiness management organizations (CAMO)
under EASA Part M Subpart G. Marshall Aerospace has been approved and is
now offering operators support by subcontracting continuing airworthiness
as well as fleet management.
The company is authorized to ensure the continuing airworthiness management of aircraft and can issue required airworthiness review certificates. The new service will be provided from Marshall’s main UK site in Cambridge, as well as its regional office in Leiden, The Netherlands.