Peter joined SAC on 01 May as CAMO Specialist and Aircraft Inspector, supporting SAC capacities within CAMO / Technical Services and Asset Management. He holds an EASA Part-66 Licence and a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Sciences.
Swiss Aviation Consulting has been mandated by a major bank to be the CAMO / Isle of Man NATR for a Bombardier Global 6000 based in Southeast Asia. The aircraft has been repossessed by the bank and our technical and operational consulting team members were supporting the lender in facilitating a smooth transition of the aircraft, its records and all agreements attached to it.
Swiss Aviation Consulting has been mandated by a major financial institution to conduct a fleet portfolio valuation of 5 ATR 72 in 4 different locations in Indonesia: Jakarta, Semarang, Kalimantan, Bandung. This includes inspecting each aircraft and its records followed by a valuation of the entire portfolio.
Swiss Aviation Consulting is now an active member of AsBAA. We are looking forward to networking with other members and are constantly increasing our presence in the APAC region.
2019 was again a busy year for aircraft inspections and operator audits. The Swiss Aviation Consulting team has travelled to many destinations around the globe. We say thank you to all our national and international customers for their trust in our services.
All set for the 2nd Zuger Aviation Cluster networking table. Hosted by SAC – we have been delighted to welcome 20 guests and individuals from the local aviation cluster.
This month Brahim Naji celebrates his 10-Year Anniversary with Swiss Aviation Consulting. During this time he has completed over 400 aircraft inspections and has been an extremely valuable and tireless member of the team. Congratulations Brahim and thank you!
Last week Swiss Aviation Consulting has successfully delivered Aircraft Asset Management and Leasing Training to the Asset Management and Legal Team of SriLankan Airlines in Katunayake, Sri Lanka.
Swiss Aviation Consulting (SAC) congratulates HK Bellawings on their Air Operator Certificate granted by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands.
The last months have seen us busy working on the aircraft transition project of a Challenger 850. From taking over the aircraft and its documents, handling legal issues, carrying out the ferry flights under our Part NCC operation, assuming full CAMO responsibility and overseeing the 96 months inspection, refurbishment and finally the new paint, SAC’s team of experienced professionals has managed all aspects of this undertaking and has successfully brought the aircraft back to full life.