Magnetic Engineering expands its CAMO capabilities
Magnetic Engineering, member of Magnetic Group, announced that the company’s CAMO department has recently received the increased capability of their continuing airworthiness management organisation certification from the Estonian Transport Administration. These recent capabilities expansion extends CAMO services portfolio and marks the achievement in their ongoing growth plan.
Various aircraft types, including B737 MAX, B747-400, Saab 340, Saab 2000 and Embraer 190 have been added to approval, meaning company can serve more customers than ever before, providing direct and subcontracted CAMO support, including ARC reviews.
“The recent approval allows us to serve the most aircraft types as ever – and since our team has been receiving number of customers requests for CAMO services, we are glad to be able to accommodate the customer’s needs and provide top-notch quality CAMO services for most of the common aircraft types. The joint effort by CAMO team members, including expertise growth and additional valuable training, has made it possible. Proud of every team member and Quality department being involved in the process!,” shared Tõnno Toompuu, Head of Magnetic Engineering, member of Magnetic Group.
Magnetic Group operates in the aviation business and is the master brand under which a host of sub-brands all live – each one sharing the same values but offering unique and complementary products and services.