Scope of Work

Airbus A319, A320 and A321 with CFMI engines

We have also extensive knowledge of the following:

  • Airbus A319, A320 and A321 with IAE engines   
  • ATR 42 and 72
  • Bombardier Q400
  • Boeing B737, B757, B767
  • Boeing MD80

Upon request any aircraft types can be added to the Scope of Work in a timely manner to satisfy customer needs.

Standard CAMO services include:

Airframe and components follow-up

  • Flight hours and cycles control
  • Development and amendments of the MP – Maintenance Program
  • Development and amendments of the MEL – Minimum Equipment List
  • Workscope definition support with compilation of all maintenance items (Issuing Work Orders and Work Packages for routine tasks, ADs, SBs, equipment removals)
  • Assessing, recording and updating the status of EASA Airworthiness Directives
  • Assessing, recording and updating the status of TC holder & vendors SB/Modifications
  • EO (Engineering Order) issuing to cover AD/SB requirements after operator evaluation acceptance
  • Informing manufacturers about modification accomplishment
  • Hard Time (H/T) and On Condition (O/C) component, Life Limited Part (LLP) follow-up through MP
  • Structural support (Issuing of “Dent & Buckle Chart”)
  • On-line record keeping of aircraft technical records and maintenance history (dirty finger copies will be archived in AvioCATS archive)
  • Keeping aircraft archive in order to protect its value
  • Monitoring Maintenance Program Effectiveness and Reliability and preparing Monthly Reliability Report
  • Technical evaluation of main components exchange (LG, components etc.)
  • Development of Joint Procedure Manual to define the process between operator and AvioCATS
  • Development of Joint Procedure Manual to define the process between PART-145 organization operator and AvioCATS.
  • EASA AD, important TC holder SB and manufacturer recommendations analysis, scheduling and launching

Engine and APU follow-up

  • Recommendations for additional maintenance tasks to be applied on engines in order to reduce the risk of premature removal
  • Engine and APU removal/installation forecast
  • Determination of the optimum period for engine removal taking into account spare engine availability and aircraft availability
  • Shop visit workscope definition including SB, AD, LLP parts and parts to be removed
  • Life Limited Parts (LLP) follow-up
  • Oil consumption follow-up
  • Technical evaluation of main components exchange (Engine, APU)

Part-M Status Reporting

    AvioCATS will provide the operator with the following status on requested interval:

  • 12 month maintenance forecast/”Due list”
  • Monthly Reliability Report as requested by CAA (RCB process)
  • List of newly raised and open EASA ADs and applicability to aircraft
  • List of newly raised and open SB by TC-holders
  • Status overview of all scheduled maintenance
  • Component Overview
  • HT components maintenance forecast – ”Due list”
  • AD and SB status (full listing)
  • Any other customized status to suit operator, lessor or CAA needs