Rotorcraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul provider Heli-One has achieved approval as a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) in a move that the Canada-based group said will boost its capacity. On Monday, Heli-One announced that its Rzeszow facility in Poland has been approved by the country’s civil aviation authority under the requirements of EASA’s Part-CAMO regulations.
According to the company, it is the first helicopter support provider in Poland to secure CAMO certification. It has also received formal certification from the UK and Cayman aviation authorities, meaning that any aircraft operated under any of these national registrations can use Heli-One for its CAMO support function.
“This is another important step for Heli-One, underscoring our position at the forefront of MRO services in the global market,” said Carolyn Forsyth, the company's general manager for sales, commercial, and customer support. “With CAMO approval, we can now provide complete maintenance program management support, in effect maintaining aircraft in an airworthy condition throughout their lifecycle and protecting safety and reliability in performance, as well as optimizing maintenance costs.”