Charles Taylor Receives Approval to Increase Continuing Airworthiness Capability

03/07/2014

Charles Taylor Aviation Asset Management (CTAAM) has received approval from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to expand its scope of work. The new approval includes the addition of Bombardier CRJ and Embraer 170/190 series aircraft and will give CTAAM Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) renewal capabilities. Additionally, CTAAM will now be able to issue Certificate of Airworthiness recommendations for aircraft that are being imported into Europe.

CTAAM maintains European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (BDCA) approval to provide continuing airworthiness management services to a wide range of Airbus, Boeing, ATR, Bombardier and Embraer aircraft.

Chris Brennan, Operations Director, CTAAM says:
“We are very pleased to be able to upgrade our continuing airworthiness management services by extending our scope of work. As a result we have already seen increased demand from new and existing customers for our services.”

Robert McParlin, Managing Director, Aviation, Charles Taylor Adjusting says:

“Our services are designed to provide aircraft owners and lessors with the assurance that their aircraft assets are properly maintained and are secure. We specialise in managing commercial aircraft operating leases and provide technical support and management services to our clients. There is a growing demand for our services from across Europe and these new approvals mark an important step forward in delivering our strategy for sustained business growth.”