SWICAMO GmbH, the SAC subsidiary for delivering Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) services, has successfully transitioned from EASA Part-M to Part-CAMO (Reference CH.CAMO.7010).

SWICAMO is approved by FOCA to manage the continuing airworthiness of airliners (such as the full #Airbus #A320 range, #Boeing #737series, #ATR range), business aircraft (#Gulfstream, #Hawker, #Challenger, #Falcon series) and helicopters, and has been granted the privilege to carry out airworthiness reviews (AR), issue the related airworthiness review certificate (ARC) and issue a recommendation for the airworthiness review to the competent authority of all EASA Member States.

Besides the EASA approval, SWICAMO holds approvals to manage aircraft (and issue ARC) for aircraft registered in the Bailiwick of Guernsey (2-REG). SWICAMO can quickly re-activate his existing approvals for the Bermuda (BCAA), the Cayman Islands (CAY-CAA) and other aircraft registries convenient to our clients, being the ultimate choice for all CAMO services (CAMO coverage during lease transition, full transition and registration support to/from all EASA member states, review compliance with EASA/FAA/BCAA/CAY-CAA/2REG regulations, including avionic requirements).

SWICAMO was issued its first approval as an independent (from a commercial Air Operator’s Certificate) CAMO in 2009. Our experienced auditors and engineers share a wealth of technical, operational, financial and legal know-how focused on the aviation industry. As such, SWICAMO regularly supports SAC in providing the following services:

  • Pre-buy or pre-lease inspections of aircraft (if mandated by an airline, business aircraft operator or aircraft owner)
  • Technical aircraft recoveries
  • Maintenance supervision and cost controlling
  • Aircraft transitioning (off-lease – overhaul – redelivery)

Furthermore our CAME is up to the latest digital standards being based on SAC’s content-based software management tool “Authoring <!>”.