Falko Regional Aircraft Limited, a global lessor focused on the regional aircraft sector, today announced it has received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority for its Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO).
Having successfully completed the approval process to become an EASA Part M Subpart G continuing airworthiness management organisation, Falko has already agreed to the provision of services to an as yet undisclosed third party as well as its own portfolio of aircraft.
Jeremy Barnes, CEO commented: “We are delighted to be in a position to offer CAMO services which further enhances our capabilities to support our customer base.”
As a market-leading asset manager in the regional aircraft arena, with offices in Europe, South America, Asia and Australasia, Falko is dedicated to delivering value from its commercial aircraft portfolio of regional jets and turboprops. Falko has extensive experience and expertise in all aircraft types and geographic markets and has a track record of delivering comprehensive solutions to operators, lessors and financial institutions. In 2012, Falko traded 50 aircraft both from its portfolio and on behalf of third parties. Falko is actively seeking to grow its fleet with the financial support of its sole investor Fortress Investment Group.