When bringing in new aircraft to the fleet, CAVOK ensures they will meet the highest standards of airworthiness. When handing an aircraft back from lease, we can guarantee accordance with terms and conditions, budget and expectations.
CAVOK can help an operation strengthen safety, Engineering and Reliability, and reduce potential deficiencies before they become an expensive problem. Our approach is flexible. It's entirely based around the requirements, whether that's project-based assistance or retained in-house support. We can guide operations through initial applications, or embed staff to assist onsite with ongoing business goals without the heavy investment of full-time salaries.
CAVOK has an extensive EASA Part M Subpart G approval with the Subpart I ARC privileges for numerous aircraft types and can provide the full range of CAMO services for private aircraft owners, commercial operators, leasing companies and military operations.
- Fleet Management, including EASA Part M Subpart G Continuing Airworthiness Management services
- Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) issues and renewals
- Advice on submitting Airworthiness Review Recommendations (ARR)
- Approved Maintenance Programmes (AMPs) tailored to any requirements
CAVOK’s CAMO services provide impartial and objective assessment from leading aviation industry experts. Up-to-date knowledge of all regulations, legal requirements and industry best practices help operations maintain business profitability whilst saving time and worry.
The client, a major leasing company was contracted to provide an A319 as an export under EASA regulations. However, the candidate aircraft was operating in the Americas under FAA regulations. The client needed someone to import the aircraft into Europe and then simultaneously export the aircraft back out to the Middle East to the new client.
CAVOK was contracted to import the aircraft into Europe, carry out a bridging check to the latest MPD standards, and carry out an Airworthiness Review Recommendation to allow the aircraft to be registered in an EASA Member State, whilst at the same time carrying out the necessary work to export the aircraft from Europe and meet the regulatory requirements of the new Operator's Regulators.
Working closely with the client, the new operator and the Regulatory Authorities, CAVOK identified all the requirements to make the aircraft compliant to transfer from FAA to EASA regulations. These were then appended to the work package as part of the aircraft’s C Check bridging input.
CAVOK also worked with the new operator to ensure that all their customer requirements were identified and that the required modifications to change placards etc from English/Spanish to English/Arabic were accomplished.