Embraer 145 Redelivery & CAMO Services
14 October 2016
Charles Taylor Aviation Asset Management (CTAAM) has been providing Technical Asset Management for a fleet of Embraer 145 aircraft for a number of years. The last two aircraft have been successfully redelivered from the lessee and ferried to the UK for short term storage.
On behalf of the owner, CTAAM managed the redelivery process together with the registration transfer and the application for the Certificate of Airworthiness. In addition to this, CTAAM used their EASA Part M Sub-Part I approval to issue a Certificate of Airworthiness Recommendation to the UK Civil Aviation Authorities. Both aircraft have now received an EASA Certificate of Airworthiness and CTAAM will continue to manage the
continuing airworthiness of both aircraft whilst in storage.
Chris Brennan, Operations Director, CTAAM commented;
“As we have been inspecting these aircraft on an annual basis for a number of years, we were able to identify the critical issues during the early stages of the lease return. Despite the two aircraft and technical records being in three different locations, the asset management team worked closely with all parties involved to enable this project to be a great success. We have seamlessly inducted the aircraft into a controlled environment and are now managing the continuing airworthiness of both aircraft.