Magnetic MRO, a global provider of Total Technical Care for aircraft operators and lessors, has gained EASA’s approval to offer continuing airworthiness management (CAMO) services on wide-bodies Airbus 330 and Boeing 777, as well as Embraer 145 aircraft type.
News about the recently updated CAMO approval certificate that expands Magnetic MRO’s capabilities to two new types of wide-body aircraft comes just weeks after the company finalized the acquisition of Direct Maintenance, a Dutch company that’s specialized in Line Maintenance for wide-body aircraft.
“The expansion of the CAMO capability that adds new wide-body aircraft to our portfolio complements the company’s recent business acquisition. This strategic alignment certainly creates a good base of synergy for Magnetic MRO’s future business achievements in the wide-body market,” commented Magnetic MRO’s Continuing Airworthiness Manager Andrei Pavlov.
According to Pavlov, Magnetic MRO’s CAMO approval was extended to sustain the company’s relationship with the development and growth of our existing customers, and create a possibility for potential future partnerships with new customers.