IBA awarded CAMO approval for ATR 72, Gulfstream G450, G550 and new G650

International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) has been awarded EASA Part M, subpart G, CAMO approval with the addition of the ATR 72, Gulfstream G450, Gulfstream G550 and Gulfstream G650. IBA are particularly proud to have been awarded the Gulfstream G650 as this is a new and exciting aircraft type and IBA is the first stand-alone UK company (other than Gulfstream Luton) to achieve this approval. A CAMO Approval enables IBA to manage the records, continuous airworthiness and maintenance planning for an aircraft and Chris Lennon, Asset Management Director of IBA’s new Business & Private Aviation Division adds, “The CAMO approval we now hold for the G450 through to G650 business jets is evidence that we are moving into a sector which has an increasing demand for independent services. The likes of corporations and high net worth individuals who own such assets have elevated expectations. They want to ensure that their aircraft are providing efficient services for their own use as well as occasionally being used for revenue generation. At IBA we are able to advise owners on which jurisdiction and aircraft managers to use to provide that flexibility, as well as providing the technical management via our CAMO service.”

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