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Augsburg certified as CAMO+ for Phenoms and Diamonds
Germany's Augsburg Air Service has been presented a CAMO+ certificate for the Phenom 100, Phenom 300 and Diamond DA42 following an audit process undertaken by the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation.
Read this story in our September 2017 printed issue.

Germany's Augsburg Air Service has been presented a CAMO+ certificate for the Phenom 100, Phenom 300 and Diamond DA42 following an audit process undertaken by the Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation.

In August 2016, new EU regulations for non-commercial complex aircraft (NCC) became effective and pertain to maintaining and verifying the continous airworthiness of components and aircraft. Since the regulation is complex and the ensuing paperwork is substantial, many customers will not have the time to comply with the detailed legal requirements without professional help. Operators of NCC aircraft are able to assign this responsibility to an authorised CAMO.

Augsburg Air Service already provides maintenance and repair for a range of airframes including the Beechcraft Baron, King Air series, Premier, Beechjet, Hawker 400XP, Nextant 400XT, Cessna Mustang, CitationJet 1 and 2, XLS and Tecnam P2006T.

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