Atlantic Aviation Group’s CAMO and Technical Services department have this week announced that they have been granted ATR 42/72 approval from the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).
“We are delighted to add this approval to our list of capabilities as we have a number of customers managing and operating ATR Aircraft,” said Technical Services Director Mike Byrt.
The announcement comes a short time after they were also granted A320 family CAMO approval. “There has been a joint focus over the past year to add approvals and experienced personnel to our team,” Mr. Byrt continued. “As we have been very successful on both fronts in a short time, we are delighted to continue to provide our customers with a competent and professional service that they trust and rely on.”
Further Information about the company
Atlantic Aviation Group CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation) and Technical Services is an approved EASA Part M Organisation located near Shannon Airport in the West of Ireland. They are part of Atlantic Aviation Group, an independent aviation company with over 55 years of aviation experience. Originally founded in 1962, Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) Group is one of Europe’s leading independent Aviation service providers. The company employs 250 staff at it’s two Shannon facilities, where it has established a strong reputation for quality and technical expertise. In addition to providing CAMO and Technical services, Atlantic Aviation Group supports it customers with Aircraft Maintenance (EASA Part 145), Design Engineering (EASA Part 21J) and Training (EASA Part 147) at the Atlantic Aviation Institute.