International Jet Management recently received the approval certificate from the Bahrain Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) as a Continued Airworthiness Organization (CAMO).
“We are delighted to expand our services to include continuing airworthiness management to Bahrain registered aircraft,” says Felix Feller, Founder and CEO of International Jet Management. “The ability to manage aircraft without further validation of the BCAA supports our cooperation with MENA and strengthen their position in the region and allows us a faster aircraft implementation and delivery to our valued Bahrain customers,” adds Bernhard Wipfler, Managing Director of IJM MENA.
The CAMO approval includes Embraer EMB-135BJ and Bombardier Challenger 604/605.To enlarge the capability for IJM Mena, it is only necessary to apply for a new type and the scope of aircraft can be easily extended and operated under the Bahraini AOC.IJM passed the audit by the BCAA successfully in June this year. The approval is valid for one year and will be renewed on a yearly base from the BCAA.