Titan Aviation Wins CAMO Approval

MEBA Convention News » 2010
December 8, 2010, 3:15 AM

Dubai-based Titan Aviation (Stand C719), a provider of aircraft management, charter and sales, has been approved by the Cayman Civil Aviation Authority as a Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Organization (CAMO). The approval allows Titan to perform maintenance on aircraft of Cayman registry.

Titan operates a fleet of aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands on the behalf of the owners who reside in India and the Middle East. Titan is also seeking additional CAMO approval to manage complete flight operations of its Cayman registered fleet.

"This is crucial for us since we are very keen to ensure that our aircraft owners are always protected and fly in aircraft maintained to the highest safety standards," said Titan's technical coordinator and airworthiness manager Javed Ahme

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