Why there is no free lunch in the CAMO business.   OK, let´s get through the dry bit first! Back in 2003 when EASA introduced Part M, it wasn´t a love child by maintenance organizations and operators. But the truth of the matter is when we look at...

Who chooses the cheap option, pays twice   Buying an aircraft is not like buying a bar of chocolate because it includes a variety of complex factors. This phase-in process of an aircraft into the fleet of a new operator combines airworthiness requirements, outstanding maintenance, and contractual...

CAMO for helicopters The differences between continuing airworthiness management for rotary and fixed-wing aircraft   Helicopters have been around for quite a while. The first documented designs for helicopters were created in the Renaissance by none other than Leonardo Da Vinci. However, there are written records for flying...

The Busiest Travel Time of the Year: Challenges for Technical Aircraft Management   We're in the middle of the busiest weeks for air travel of the year, and airlines are on strike across Europe. After Covid travel restrictions have been lifted in the region, travelers are more eager...