With the opening of a modern new facility overlooking Poland’s Chopin Airport FlyerTech have re-established EASA approvals and are delighted to be offering new services to a thriving European market.
Since the onset of Brexit, FlyerTech, who have operated under an EASA Approval since 2005, were immediately as with many others restricted to a UK Approval.
Martin Bell the Accountable Manager at FlyerTech UK and FlyerTech Europe stated that “Our traditional business of offering a one stop EASA ARC and CAMO Service was lost and since that time we have worked hard to regain the EASA Approval, but with one difference being that we will obtain an EASA Part CAMO Approval with ARC Privileges.
With the new EASA Approval from Poland, FlyerTech has re-established EASA and maintained its UK, Bahrain, Bermuda, Cayman, Oman and 2-Reg CAMO and ARC Approvals. We are also very grateful to the Polish Civil Aviation Authority for their support.”
What does this mean for our clients and prospective customers?
As a result of this happy news, we have again the ability to support customers as we have traditionally done in the UK and Europe.
Our new office based near Warsaw Chopin Airport in Poland now hosts the EASA Part CAMO and ARC Approval. Retaining oversight via shared management with the UK FlyerTech Office in terms of accountability and compliance monitoring, FlyerTech Europe is to be staffed by both experienced CAM Staff and newly recruited teams from the local thriving aviation community and universities.
Warsaw is ideally located for servicing the European market. Having the UK and EASA CAM Approvals also means we’re well placed to support with import and export from both the UK and EASA Registers, meaning FlyerTech can offer an extended one stop shop for Continuing Airworthiness management and Airworthiness Review Certificates for operators, lessors and private owners.