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In April 2009, Pilatus Maintenance was approved by the EASA as a CAMOplus organisation (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation) for Pilatus PC-6 and PC-12.

EASA Regulation EC 2042/2003 redefines the assignment of responsibility for ensuring and monitoring the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and their components, and the means for doing so. Under the new rules, and dependent on circumstances, aircraft operators may, or indeed must, hand over responsibility for continuing airworthiness management to a CAMO. 

This essentially covers the following activities, which are carried out in compli- ance with the relevant EASA and FOCA regulations:

·                                 Ongoing monitoring of aircraft condition to ensure the aircraft is airworthy at any time


 

 

·                                 Planning and coordinating all maintenance activities

·                                 Checking all EASA and FOCA Airworthiness Directives and implementing them as necessary

As a CAMOplus organisation, Pilatus can also provide annual airworthiness reviews and issue certificates of airworthiness.

Should maintenance tasks be required to ensure continuing airworthiness, they are defined by the CAMO and delegated to a maintenance outfit with EASA Part 145 approval. 

At Pilatus , both the CAMOplus and EASA Part 145 organisation are grouped together within the same department, which obviously represents a significant advantage for our customers