Cluses, France, September 07, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- CAMO Air Support is one of the first organisations excluding air transporters, to obtain EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) part MG-1 certification in the business aviation sector (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation Approval). The requirements to qualify for such an approval are very specific and demand constant compliance with the regulations.
CAMO Air Support specialises in aircraft continuing airworthiness. It anticipates the modifications required by regulatory texts and is established as an expert consultant on a day to day basis. CAMO Air Support service specifically works for operators that do not hold an air transport certificate, for private owners and governments’ aircraft but also for airlines that wish to outsource continuing airworthiness. With the implementation of ADSoftware package, the company is moving a step further into organizing its activity and making sure that its client’s aircraft comply with regulations.
“Airworthiness follow-up is a must have requirement for all operators who are eventually accountable to their Authorities,” says Frederick Ulrich, CEO of ADSoftware. “We have built AIRPACK suite so that CAMO organisations benefit from a field proven tool aiming to ensure a rigorous and engineering minded follow up on their clients’ fleet in conformity with the regulations.”
The AIRPACK suite, which has also been chosen by UNI AIR (also part of the Jet Services Group), manages every type of airplane on the market, administers decentralized main bases and integrates all existing flight planning formats and topographic base formats. This will make it so much easier for CAMO Air Support to keep control on the technical status and maintenance planning of all the aircraft they follow. Some specific features such as imports of maintenance manuals and performance statistics will allow CAMO Air Support to meet regulatory and technical obligations up to the minute while achieving greater cost effectiveness.
ADSoftwareis a twelve year old IT company based in France, with offices in Thailand and South Africa. Specialised in Aviation software, the company has developed a fleet management system and logistic package called “AirPack”. This system meets the needs of airlines operating fleets between 2 and 25 aircrafts, as well as Maintenance and Repair Organisations (MRO) and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO).
The strength of ADSoftware is the simplicity of its product. It is Microsoft Windows® ready, Web-enabled, multilingual and complete training can be done in five days. The company provides 24/7 online technical support, with extremely competitive pricing that is up to 40% lower cost than competitors.
Visit http://www.adsoftware.fr for more information.
CAMO Air Support (Jet Services Group)
CAMO Air Support is a Part MG-1 which insures the airworthiness management services of Jet Services group. Jet Services, a division of Groupe Ségur, offers a global solution to meet all business aviation requirements via seven organisations based at Paris-Le Bourget, Toulouse-Blagnac and Lyon-Bron.
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