Teterboro, N.J. – Jet Aviation Flight Services has received authorization from the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation as a Continued Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO).
The CAMO certification authorizes Jet Aviation to manage the maintenance of aircraft registered in Bermuda. For aircraft registered in Bermuda, management by a CAMO is a mandatory requirement that was implemented in 2010.
“We are delighted to meet the high level standards of the BDCA,” said Don Haloburdo, vice president and general manager, Jet Aviation Flight Services. “With this service expansion, we now have the ability to offer our services to over 700 Bermuda-registered aircraft.”
For more information on aircraft management and charter services, contact Jet Aviation Flight Services at +1 800 736 8538.
Jet Aviation Flight Services is responsible for delivering Jet Aviation’s charter and aircraft management services in the Americas. With U.S.-based offices in Teterboro, N.J., Van Nuys, Calif., and Chicago, Ill., the company provides services for a fleet of high-quality managed aircraft and was named in Robb Report’s “Best of the Best” for charter services for three consecutive years. Jet Aviation currently manages more than 250 aircraft worldwide.
Jet Aviation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), was founded in Switzerland in 1967 and is one of the leading business aviation services companies in the world. Close to 4,500 employees cater to client needs from more than 20 facilities throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and North and South America. The company provides maintenance, completions and refurbishment, engineering, FBO and fuel services, along with aircraft management, charter services, aircraft sales and personnel services. Jet Aviation's European and U.S. aircraft management and charter divisions jointly operate a fleet of more than 250 aircraft. Visit www.jetaviation.com and follow the company on twitter: http://twitter.com/jetaviation.
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