Continuing airworthiness management CAM services

Continuing Airworthiness Management (CAM).

As Europes leading CAMO we offer a full suite of regulatory services from Continuing Airworthiness Management (CAM) to Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC) to meet the EASA, Bermuda, Cayman and Guernsey compliance frameworks. We have relationships with National Aviation Authorities within and outside of the EASA and can use our network to great effect.

We take great pride in the accuracy and detail we apply to our records understanding that this pays dividends during future transactions in terms of speed and negotiation leverage. The CAM services that we offer to both business aviation and airline operators are as below:

About the service

  • The total Aircraft Technical Administration.
  • Monitoring and review of Airworthiness directive compliance.
  • Monitoring and review of Service Bulletin compliance.
  • Monitoring Damage Assessment, Repair Certification and ensuring damage reports are updated.
  • Monitor hard time component replacements.
  • Monitor serialised component replacements.
  • The production, development, amendment, control, administration and implementation of an approved aircraft maintenance programme.
  • The production of aircraft reliability reports and the chairing of periodic reliability review meetings.
  • The production, issue and management of line and base maintenance work packs and task cards in accordance with the approved maintenance program.
  • The control of out of phase maintenance requirements in accordance with the approved maintenance program
  • The management, maintenance and safekeeping of aircraft technical records.
  • The scanning of technical records.
  • Hosting of operators’ audits.
  • CAM for aircraft in storage – monitoring the storage program and issue of storage work packages.
  • Full Continuing Airworthiness Management

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