Airclaims is pleased to announce an exclusive agreement with Hi Fly Malta to provide CAM support (Continuing Airworthiness Management).
The contract initially covers one Airbus A340-600 aircraft and includes the provision of aircraft induction, technical records management, maintenance planning, airworthiness data review and assessment, reliability monitoring and maintenance programme control services, with the option to extend to further aircraft and services as the operation grows.
Airclaims will be utilising the Commsoft OASES airworthiness management system, which is used by industry leaders worldwide, to fully manage Hi Fly’s needs under the agreement.
This contract builds upon a relationship between Hi Fly and Airclaims, which began back in 2011.
Nick Payne, Airclaims Director of Risk & Asset Management, commented, “We are delighted to be working with Hi Fly on the A340-600 and are hoping to grow and strengthen our relationship long term. We have extensive experience on the Airbus range of aircraft gained from our Surveyors time in industry as EASA Certified Engineers, our experience of managing many deliveries/repossessions/redeliveries on behalf of Owners and Operators and through our many years of performing asset monitoring Aircraft inspections for clients such as Airbus, so the inclusion of the A340-600 fits directly into our skill set.”
Nigel Minett, Airclaims MD, added, “Airclaims, with its experienced CAMO team, is very pleased about this new partnership which is another opportunity for us to expand our Continuing Airworthiness Management support services.”
Exclusive agreement with Hi Fly Malta to provide CAM support