What is “Airworthiness” ?
In ICAO Annex 8, “airworthy” definition is – “The status of an aircraft, engine, propeller or part when it conforms to its approved design and is in a condition for safe operation”. Airworthiness is a situation that the aircraft conforms to its type design.
What is “Continuing Airworthiness” ?
Continuing airworthiness is defined by ICAO as ‘The set of processes by which an aircraft, engine, propeller or part complies with the applicable airworthiness requirements and remains in a condition for safe operation throughout its operating life.
What is “Airworthiness Certification” ?
In general, the process of obtaining the airworthiness certificate of the aircraft is called Airworthiness Certification. An airworthiness certificate is a document which grants authorization to operate an aircraft in flight.
What is “Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO)” ?
Continuing airworthiness management organisation (CAMO) is a civil aviation organization authorized to schedule and control continuing airworthiness activities on aircraft and parts thereof.
Combined Airworthiness Organisation (CAO) ?
A new simplified organisation approval for General Aviation (GA) which provides an alleviation against many of the requirements (For example – No Safety Management System SMS).
What are the consultancy and training services provided within the scope of Part-M?
- Part-M legislation training
- Customized Trainings for the organization
- Aircraft import and export operations/surveys
- Establishing an organization
- Preparation of the Continuous Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME) and its procedures
- Preparation for EASA/DGCA-TR inspections
- Internal and external audits
- Consultancy for finding closure