Dublin 28 September: Acumen Aviation, a leading asset management services company, is pleased to announce that it has received approval from the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) for its Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) for 737 NG series and A320 family CFM56/IAE powerplant series.
Having successfully completed the approval process to become an EASA Part G Subpart and Part I Subpart Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation, this will retain the high standards our Customers have come to expect from the Acumen brand.
James Flynn General Manager- Continuous Airworthiness at Acumen comments:
“The CAMO shall provide a suite of airworthiness services to the industry such as the following.
Provision of Part M asset management for aircraft transitioning between lessees thereby retaining the continuity of airworthiness oversight.
Full CAMO style support for Operators in non-EASA countries.
Partial CAMO support to Operators in EASA countries.
Airworthiness Review issue and recommendations to the Competent Authority on behalf of the owners.
Aircraft maintenance programme development and review on behalf of the owners.
Shadow CAMO services for assets.
Aircraft technical status reporting.
Airworthiness Directive status reporting.
Modification/Repair status reporting.
Quality audit of MRO’s for asset owners.
Bridging AMP development.
Analysis of effectiveness of AMP’s
Back office support to other technical support entities.”