Air Worthy

February 23, 2024
Air Worthy supports B747-400F service transition

Whilst the world’s major commercial airlines are phasing out four-engine passenger aircraft as a consequence of continual engine technology advancements, which deliver cleaner performance, greater fuel efficiency and therefore, increased range, the freighter market still relies on legacy aircraft, such as the Boeing 747-400F. Since first entering service in 1993, the B747-400F has been a […]

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February 14, 2024
Air Worthy approval extends to whole 737 family

In response to its significant experience as a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO), the Italian Civil Aviation Authority has granted additional approval to Air Worthy, which extends its capabilities to cover all Boeing 737 aircraft. Based in Lodi, Italy, but managing CAMO projects internationally, Air Worthy’s expertise now covers the complete 737 family, including Classic […]

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January 29, 2024
On location in Estonia: Airbus A320 Phase-in project

Air Worthy has brought its expertise to Estonia for a Phase-in project involving a European-operated Airbus A320 that’s undergoing a 3-month overhaul at Magnetic MRO's new hangar facility at Pärnu Airport. Due to reaching capacity at its four hangars at the Estonian capital airport, the aircraft was relocated for its heavy maintenance, from Magnetic MRO’s […]

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December 19, 2023
CAMO : Key advantages of outsourcing this critical function

With demand for air travel continuing to grow, the role of a Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) has become more important than ever. A term that originated in Europe’s aviation industry, CAMO is now recognised worldwide as the process for ensuring that all commercial aircraft are maintained to the highest level of safety. Introduced 20 […]

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November 3, 2023
Supporting the growing trend in P2F conversions

Air cargo is critical to the global aviation market, transporting almost 70 million tonnes of goods annually. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), airline cargo transport represents about 35% of global trade by value but less than 1% by volume. Whilst the concept of P2F (passenger to freight) aircraft conversions pre-dates the pandemic, […]

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September 20, 2023
Unveiling DOA & CAMO Partnership

Air Worthy and AES announce a partnership toward excellence in aerospace engineering.

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