OGMA got certified as a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization

Industria Aeronautica de Portugal, got certified as a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) by the Instituto Nacional de Aviação Civil (INAC), per the European Agency for the Safety of Aviation (EASA) applicable regulations; this new competence includes as well the capacity to perform aircraft condition evaluations and issue the related Airworthiness Evaluation Certificates.

With this certification OGMA widens its scope of services to aircraft airworthiness management, including maintenance planning and control, reliability management of components, systems and structures and also condition evaluation, adding value to its already extensive portfolio in aircraft, engines and components maintenance. At start, this certification covers all Embraer 135/145 family aircraft, including Legacy 600 and 650 executive jets; OGMA plans to further extend this services to other aircraft in the future, following market opportunities and the needs of its main Clients. Currently OGMA holds EASA certifications on a wide spectrum of aircraft industry activities: Design Office Approved (Part 21G), Production Organization Approved (Part 21J), Maintenance Organization Approved (Part 145) and now Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (Part M).
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