As a recently approved continued airworthiness management organization (CAMO), aircraft maintenance provider Scandinavian Aircraft Technologies (ScanTech) of Denmark is now helping clients to meet the requirements of the new regulatory regime for operators. Registering an aircraft under a CAMO program relieves an operator or owner of continually monitoring the airworthiness of an aircraft, placing this responsibility in the hands of the CAMO provider. The provider controls and monitors all the activities of the aircraft and has the authority to issue and extend airworthiness renewal certificates.
Having been in business for more than 30 years, ScanTech (Booth No. 789) specializes in maintaining Beechcraft King Airs, 1900s and 400s, Piper PA-31s and Cessna Citations (various models). ScanTech is located at Sindal Airport, a small airport in the heart of North Jutland in Denmark.