Europe's Leader for EASA Part M CAMO Support
Oliver Wyman CAVOK delivers project-based or long-term in-house support for a wide range of operators. These include commercial operators, private owners of large aircraft, leasing companies, and military operations.
- Full continuing airworthiness management
- Sub-contracted continuing airworthiness tasks
- EASA Part M, Part 145 training courses
- Continuing Airworthiness Management for aircraft in storage including:
- Storage program monitoring
- Work package Issuance
Our other major focus is providing ad-hoc as well as long-term technical support and airworthiness management services, including engineering, maintenance programs, planning, materials, technical publications, technical writing, records and compliance recording for airlines, railroads, plant operators, and MROs on a 24/7 basis. In addition, we hold a UK CAA and EASA approved Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) delegation to support European airlines and lessors with their continuing airworthiness needs.
Major European Aircraft Leasing Company
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.
Oliver Wyman CAVOK was contracted to import the aircraft into Europe, carry out a bridging check to the latest MPD standards, and then carry out an Airworthiness Review Recommendation to allow the aircraft to be registered in an EASA Member State, while 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 authority.
Working closely with the client, the new operator and the regulatory authorities, Oliver Wyman 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. Oliver Wyman 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.
Oliver Wyman CAVOK enabled the aircraft to be registered in Europe prior to the start of the bridging check, and at the completion of the input, applied for and received an Export Certificate of Airworthiness for the aircraft from the EASA Member State. In the same day, Oliver Wyman CAVOK applied for and received new Certificates of Registration and Airworthiness from the new operator’s regulatory authority. This allowed the aircraft to enter into service as planned by the new operator with no costly delays.
Oliver Wyman CAVOK can assist with the following Maintenance Programme topics:
- Initial creation
- Present AMP, and its amendments, to the Regulatory Authority
- Apply the Indirect Approval Procedure, where applicable
- Monitoring of Airworthiness Directives (AD’s), Service Bulletins (SB’s), Modifications and Repairs
- Reviewing of Airworthiness Directives (AD’s), Service Bulletins (SB’s), Modifications and Repairs
- Assessing of Airworthiness Directives (AD’s), Service Bulletins (SB’s), Modifications and Repairs
- Confirming all applicable Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) are applied
- Checking quality and compliance of technical records on receipt
- Managing the required corrective actions for any technical records issues raised
- Monitoring of life-limited parts and on-condition component replacements
- Managing, maintaining, safe-keeping and archiving of aircraft technical records
- Monitoring damage assessment, repair certification and confirming damage reports are updated
- Producing, issuing and managing of line and base maintenance work packs and task cards in accordance with the AMP
- Controlling of out-of-phase maintenance requirements in accordance with the AMP
- Confirming all reported defects are corrected
- Confirming the Mass and Balance Statement remains current and correct