IBA Expands CAMO Capabilities

UK consultancy International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) has gained EASA approval to offer continuing airworthiness management (CAMO) services on the ATR72, as well as on Gulfstream’s G450, G550 and G650 aircraft.

UK consultancy International Bureau of Aviation (IBA) has gained EASA approval to offer continuing airworthiness management (CAMO) services on the ATR72, as well as on Gulfstream’s G450, G550 and G650 aircraft.

The authorisation covers record management, continuous airworthiness and maintenance planning services.

The firm’s president, Phil Seymour, said: “IBA has been increasingly involved in the transition of ATR72 aircraft from one jurisdiction to another and, given the global reach of this aircraft type, [we] expect more CAMO type work to evolve.”

The EASA authorisation also makes IBA the first company in the UK, aside from Gulfstream, to be able to offer CAMO work on the G650.

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