CAMO: Airworthiness Management monitoring
DAHER’s airworthiness management department is EASA Part M certified (FR.MG.231), and provides continuous airworthiness management for individual aircraft or fleets – meeting all set regulations and standards.
This Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) service includes scheduled maintenance planning and full document archiving, along with engine and part condition monitoring.
DAHER’s engineering design office (PART M, Subpart G and I) is responsible for the airworthiness management of 30 percent of the European TBM fleet, including the 27 TBM aircraft operated by the French Ministry of Defense. It also monitors the operation of 34 TB 30 Epsilon light military trainers based at the French Air Force’s Cognac Air Base. The airworthiness management team is used to working with customer-proprietary software.
As part of its CAMO activities, DAHER Airplane Business Unit is in charge of identifying airworthiness directives and service bulletins from airframe manufacturers as they apply to each aircraft type. Using manufacturer documentation, it builds the work order and sends it for execution by a FAR/PART 145 repair station.
DAHER’s CAMO also is in charge the annual certificate of airworthiness renewal, along with a one-week examination every three years to meet European