Approved Training Organization:
- EASA PART 66
The purpose of Part 66 is to prescribe rules applicable to individuals or maintenance personnel who wish to conduct aircraft maintenance or airworthiness inspections and exercise certifying privileges within the civil aviation system.
- A&P 2493289 IA
A&P technicians keep aircraft in safe flying condition by servicing, repairing and overhauling aircraft components while following detailed federal regulations set by the FAA. Technicians in this field work on aircraft components and systems including the airframe, piston engines, turbine engines, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, propellers, rigging, control surfaces, instrumentation, warning systems, and environmental systems. The IA permits the Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) mechanic to perform a greater variety of maintenance and alterations than any other single maintenance entity.
- CAMO / CAMO+ certified under
– BCAA VA 94/03 MO,
– Part M Subpart F BE.MF.0011 MO,
– Part M Subpart G+I BE.MG.0111 CAMO+
Continuing Airworthiness means all of the process ensuring that, at the any time in its operating life; the aircraft complies the airworthiness requirement in force and is in a condition for safe operation.
Approved EASA Part M Subpart G organization also known as CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization), will be in position to fulfil the Continuing Airworthiness Management requirements prescribed by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the European Airworthiness Regulatory Authority.
Additionally EASA Approved Part M Subpart I Organisation also known as CAMO+, Airworthiness Review Certificate privileges (ARC) to be able to perform full on-going Continuing Airworthiness Management services, including Airworthiness Review Certificate (known as C of A) Issue or Extension for a various type of aircrafts.