AIRWORTHINESS REVIEW CERTIFICATES
In addition to the CAMO approval Gamit also has the privilege to issue Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC) in accordance with EASA Part M Sub Part I.
This privilege means that Gamit review staff can perform their assessment and make the recommendation the ARC on behalf of 3rd party CAMO companies, or for recommendation regarding Import/Export certificate to the respective National Aviation Authority (NAA).
Furthermore the review staff can assess aircraft records on an ad hoc basis in order to produce a bespoke client report on the current airworthiness status of a particular aircraft.
PRE PURCHASE INSPECTION (PPI)
When purchasing an aircraft asset Gamit can act behalf of the buyer to technically review and assess the physical aircraft and its records. This can be done in two ways; either performs a sample of the records, or a full historical record assessment (back to birth).
Typically the Gamit team will visually inspect the aircraft and cross check the findings against the records for completeness in addition to airworthiness compliance. Typically this can be a complex and potentially lengthy process depending on the aircraft age and complexity, however one that is essential to avoid any unforeseen maintenance anomalies.
Much like a pre purchase inspection, when taking on a leased aircraft or redelivering the aircraft to its owner, the assessment of the records is an essential part of the process. Gamits technical team are on hand to support clients in this extensive process and will review either digital records or the physical records on site where the records are currently stored.
As a CAMO Gamit understand and have the depth of knowledge to perform the records assessment for completeness. An ever more important factor of understanding is the detailed assessment of the lease terms and conditions regarding delivery/redelivery.
ONSITE TECHNICAL REPRESENTATION
Whilst an aircraft is in the hangar during base maintenance (heavy maintenance) the Part 145 will typically build up many findings. Not only is cost control a factor to pay attention to but time management. Ensuring the aircraft is delivered on time ready for operations is essential. By having an onsite engineer clients can have peace of mind that parts ordering, engineers working times and cost control are being monitored and probed where necessary in order to have a positive outcome.