Airbus A320 returned to service after phase-in programme

An A320 phase-in project which started in October 2023 in Jakarta, is due for completion this month, following the final stage of its maintenance check, in Naples, before re-entering service to operate a summer programme for its new Lessee. The A320 underwent a complete records review and operator transition process in Indonesia by Air Worthy’s technical representative in the region.  

Following its transit to Spain for customs clearance, the aircraft made a demonstration flight to Naples, where it is undergoing a final maintenance check from the MRO and records review by Air Worthy engineers.

With significant expertise delivering CAMO services across the Airbus fleet, this latest A320 programme involved the following scope of work:

  • Aircraft leasing transition documentation
  • Aircraft records review and preparation(off-site)
  • Aircraft records review and preparation(on-site)
  • Aircraft inspection including demonstration flight on board witnessing
  • On-site aircraft maintenance check witnessing and supervision
  • Coordination and liaison with regards to the above services
  • Open Item List management

Commenting on Air Worthy’s project management responsibilities, Accountable Manager, Gabriele Brescianino, said:

“Air Worthy’s extensive engineering knowledge and experience has been acquired over many years by our team of specialist engineers and network of approved technical representatives around the world. Our trusted service is comprehensive, so we are able to deliver beyond airworthiness, providing an outsourced solution that brings peace of mind to our customers. Every aircraft is an asset and Air Worthy’s main goals are to uphold aircraft safety and deliver value for clients through a dedicated outsourced solution.”

As highlighted in a separate blog, the role of a CAMO is highly complex and specialised. It requires many disciplines, all focused on aircraft safety, including: liaison with relevant authorities on behalf of an aircraft owner/lessor; finding solutions to technical issues; updating of aircraft technical manuals; performing AOG inspections and safeguarding records. When outsourced, a CAMO representative may be permanently based on-site during a heavy maintenance check or complex STC (Supplemental Type Certificate) modification, to oversee the process and ensure the schedule is kept on track.

Air Worthy also offers technical services for aircraft transitions (Pre-purchase inspections; Mid-lease audits; Physical surveys; Technical lease reviews) all over the world, which is delivered through a global network of approved technical consultancy partners.


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