Nomad Aviation has added a further three aircraft to its CAMO services portfolio. A Cessna Citation CJ 1, a CJ 2+ and a Dassault Falcon 50 are now covered through the company’s CAMO certificate.
Nomad Aviation offers Continued Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) services also to customers who operate their own aircraft. In addition Nomad Aviation’s managed aircraft and the fleet of owned charter business jets is also covered by the CAMO certificate.
The company can support aircraft operators and owners with a range of CAMO services. They include acceptance and registration, scheduled and unscheduled inspection and maintenance planning, tailored aircraft maintenance program development and management as well as the airworthiness review certificate renewal. Nomad Aviation also offers certificate of airworthiness support, including aircraft survey, assessment and implementation of airworthiness regulations, airworthiness directives and service bulletins in addition to technical records management.
“The expansion of the CAMO support to owners who fly their own aircraft shows our great commitment to the business aviation community“, says Heinz Koehli, Executive Chairman and President of Nomad Aviation. Roman Hug, Nomad Aviation’s Director of CAMO adds: “We assist our customers throughout the life cycle of their assets with aircraft phase-in and phase-out services, both documentary and technical. If required the company also takes over the aircraft damage assessment and repair approval management.“
Nomad Aviation, based in Switzerland, offers aircraft management and charter services. It operates an exclusive fleet of aircraft, ranging from light to ultra-long-range jets including Gulfstream 650, Bombardier Global 5000, Global XRS, Challenger 604, Embraer Legacy 600, Cessna CJ1+ and Beech Premier 1. Nomad Aviation has offices in Zurich/Kloten, Switzerland and Sliema, Malta