Nomad Aviation already offers Continued Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) services under EASA Part M, Subpart G to customers, which operate their own aircraft. Nomad Aviation’s managed aircraft and the fleet of owned charter business jets are also covered by the CAMO certificate.
The company, now CAMO+ approved under EASA Part M, Subpart G & I rules, can issue the EASA Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) Form 15b or issue a recommendation to the NAA to issue a Form 15a. The ARC, which is valid for one year, can be extended for a further 2 years, before a full review is required again. Nomad Aviation inspects the records yearly and carries out the full review in-house at the end of the three years, under the Subpart I privileges.
“With the CAMO+ services support we can add much of the flexibility to the customer’s operation and reduce his administrative workload“, says Heinz Koehli, Executive Chairman and President of Nomad Aviation. “With the CAMO+ certificate we assist owners and operators, which do not have the EASA Part M, or only Part M, Subpart G approval, with the entire range of CAMO services”, adds Roman Hug, Nomad Aviation’s Technical Director and continues: “The great advantage is that a full review is only required every three years.“
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.