Continuing Airworthiness TOTAL CARE
Turnkey solutions for the Continuing Airworthiness Management of your fleet.
A WHOLE NEW SET OF DIRECTIVES
- As of September 28th, 2005, every European commercial air transport operator must be approved for the continuing airworthiness management of the aircraft it operates pursuant to Part M, Subpart G to Regulation (EC) 2042/2003.
- From September 28th 2009, all owners, lessors and European non commercial air transport operators (private aircraft, business aviation…) are also concerned by Part M. A CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation) approval will be necessary to perform any activity related to the continuing airworthiness management of the aircraft.
- Your company may not be directly concerned with the EASA directives. You however want to optimize your performance in the management of the airworthiness of your fleet and wish to keep aircraft compliant with the applicable regulations (BDCA, FAA, GACA...). Or you may simply want to comply with the European regulations because of an aircraft lease agreement.
- Focus on your core business – the passenger transport – and to reduce your investment through the outsourcing of tasks related to the management of airworthiness,
- Conform to the applicable regulations,
- Monitor your suppliers and associated risk management,
- Benefit from a high level of expertise,
- Preserve the value of the asset (the aircraft) and to avoid financial penalties at the aircraft end of lease.
TOTAL CARE’’ SOLUTION
90 years of experience in the management of issues associated with aircraft airworthiness have driven Bureau Veritas to expand its range of services with its «Continuing Airworthiness TOTAL CARE Management » solution.
TOTAL CARE’’ SOLUTION
A LA CARTE’’ SOLUTIONS
BUREAU VERITAS is your partner:
- To strengthen the continuing airworthiness management:
- Bureau Veritas takes charge of the adjustment necessary to bring the company into compliance with the applicable regulation (EASA, FAA, BDCA,…) and acts as a ’’back office’’ for the aircraft operator throughout operation of the aircraft.
- Bureau Veritas makes recommendations and carries out the auditing of suppliers (MRO, IT System provider, etc …) with innovative tools tailored to fit your specific needs.
- During aircraft transition (return, purchase, lease): Bureau Veritas is there to provide assistance to the new owner or operator and establish the bill of work necessary to bring an aircraft to an airworthy condition and to manage its continuing airworthiness.
- Prior to airworthiness review of an aircraft: Bureau Veritas compiles all relevant technical documentation for the renewal of the airworthiness review certificate.
- Prior to aircraft transition: Bureau Veritas verifies the continuing airworthiness management of the aircraft, identifies and implements the appropriate corrective action plan for a smooth and fully satisfactory transition.
Why Choose Bureau Veritas?
- Expertise: Bureau Veritas shares its know-how with you and provides the most qualified experts
- Independence & Efficiency : Complete independence and proactiveness combined with organizational response capability contribute to our high level of efficiency
- Recognition: 90 years of participation and support with all of the aviation industry players, the civil aviation authorities and worldwide regulatory organisations
- Worldwide network: Bureau Veritas has worldwide coverage with 900 offices and laboratories in 140 countries.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
When to be concerned by CAMO ?
From September 28th 2009, all owners, lessors and European non commercial air transport operators (private aircraft, business aviation…) are concerned by Part M. A CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation) approval will be necessary to perform any activity related to the continuing airworthiness management of the aircraft?
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