June news roundup – Atlantic Aviation Group
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June News Round Up


Over the past three months, the Sales department at Atlantic Aviation Group has been thrilled to receive numerous visits to our Shannon facilities from various leasing companies to explore the extensive range of services and solutions that AAG can provide to Lessors.

The AAG Sales team were also delighted to attend numerous industry events over the past three months including MRO Americas in April 2023. The show was well-attended and a great success allowing the sales team the opportunity to meet with both existing and prospective customers. Just this week, the sales team attended the Paris Air Show, where we were delighted to have the opportunity to network with fellow aviation professionals from around the globe.  Looking ahead, the Sales team is preparing for upcoming industry events including the highly anticipated MRO Europe in Amsterdam in October. We are excited to discuss how AAG’s MRO capabilities can effectively address the needs of our customers.

In regard to our slot availability, we have a lot of interest from the end of October through to the end of March, therefore availability may be limited during this time. We currently have availability from the end of August to the end of October 2023 with slot availability opening up again from the end of March 2024. For those interested in scheduling a meeting to discuss MRO capability, please reach out to us via email at sales@atlanticaviation.ie.

CAMO & Technical Services

AAG CAMO has recently added three ARC Signatories to their team and a revalidation of another ARC Signatory to take the total number of Airworthiness Signatories to five. This is collectively 120+ years of knowledge and expertise, and testimony to the technical skills of the team across multiple aircraft types and comprised of aviation professionals from the airlines, OEM, MRO, Military, Complex Jets, Business Jets, and Helicopter industries. Their technical qualifications range from B1/B2, CAT A + C, Airworthiness Inspectors, P21J Design, and Project Management. Our CAMO team has strong relationships with the aviation authorities (EASA, Bermuda, Cayman, and Guernsey) to support aircraft lessors and airline operators with their aircraft activities.

Services provided: CAMO Management of Transition Aircraft, Shadow CAMO Management, Aircraft Review to confirm compliance with Regulatory Standards, Expertise in Maintenance Programmes (AMP), Tailored standalone ARC Recommendations, Aircraft Registration and De-Registration, Quick identification of shortfalls in aircraft statuses, Records Reviews, scanning, and Delivery Bible Building, Engine Preservation, Quick Engine Change (QEC) Reviews.

We are reviewing current capacity for CAMO to ensure the teams are well-positioned to support Customers for Q3 and Q4 2023. For further information, please contact aviationServices@atlanticaviation.ie

Design Services

In March 2023, Anthony Attoumani was appointed as Head of Design Organisation (EASA.21J.540). Anthony brings a wealth of knowledge with over 15 years’ experience in the Aviation Industry, he has been working closely with Key OEM’s as well as supporting Airline & VIP Operators, Aviation Leasing Companies and Defence & Space Organisations. His experience in Design, Certification & Airworthiness fields will be an added value for the next developments of AAG DOA. Anthony works closely with the team to support the ongoing development and growth of Aviation Services. Anthony has attended a number of global events since starting in March meeting with current and potential customers.

AAG has a strong reputation for providing high-quality modification packages on P21J Design. All activities are planned and classified in accordance with the scope and complexity of the requirement. Benefits of partnering with AAG P21J Design Organisation include; Strong relationships with EASA and TC Holders, Strong Partnerships with OEM and Suppliers (Design and Procurement), Senior Engineers, Flexibility, Transparent communications and our solution driven approach.

We are reviewing current capacity for Part 21 Design to ensure the teams are well-positioned to support Customers for Q3 and Q4 2023. For further information, please contact aviationServices@atlanticaviation.ie

Part 147 Training

Q2 has brought significant updates to the Part 147 Training Team. Since Atlantic Aviation Group’s acquisition of Lufthansa Technik Shannon Ltd. in March 2022, we have been working to integrate our two training schools – Atlantic Aviation Institute and Shannon Aviation Training Academy (formerly known as Lufthansa Technik Shannon Aviation Training School). Thanks to the great work of both training schools, we are delighted to be moving forward as a fully integrated training team and will be formally known as the Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academy. On 23rd May, we marked this occasion by inviting our partners, suppliers, and customers on-site to celebrate with our team. We are looking forward to this new chapter as the Atlantic Aviation Training Academy.

Q2 also saw the appointment of Aidan Dooley as Head of Part 147 Training. Aidan brings a wealth of experience with over 25 years working in different Engineering roles for AAG including 10 years in training. Aidan started his career at AAG as an apprentice in 1996.  In 2001 he gained B1 inspector approval and a year later became supervisor leading a core production team for 10 years. Since 2012, Aidan has been part of training team and was involved with the development of the AAI Part 147 training school (now Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academy.) During his time with the part 147 school, Aidan helped provide quality type and basic training to internal and external customers. We wish Aidan the best in this new role.

For training requirements, please contact 147training@atlanticaviation.ie

Atlantic Aviation Group are delighted to be attending a number of events throughout the remainder of the year. Please contact the team at sales@atlanticaviation.ie to book a meeting to discuss MRO requirements for B737/757/767/787 and A320 types as well as any Part 21, CAMO and/or Part 147 training needs.