- 27 September 2022
- Team Acumen
Acumen Announces Cayman Islands CAMO Approval
Acumen Aviation, a leading Aircraft Asset Management Services Company is delighted to announce a further expansion of its CAMO capabilities with the addition of CAMO approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) for Cayman registered aircraft.
This latest addition of Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) approval is as a direct response to our customer requirements and further bolsters Acumen’s comprehensive CAMO suite . Acumen currently holds regulatory approval from Guernsey Director of Civil Aviation, Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) and Irish Aviation Authority (IAA).
Acumen also currently holds approvals for; ATR 42/72 Series; Airbus 320 Family; Airbus A330-200/300 Series; Boeing 737 Classic and NG Series.
The Continuing Airworthiness Manager, Mr. Ken Fitzgerald said: “It is key to Acumen’s success that it continues to strive to provide the depth and breadth of services and geographical coverage necessary to satisfy our clients’ current and future needs. The addition of our Cayman Island CAMO approval is an example of this commitment, and we are delighted to now be in a position to offer it.”
To discuss your CAMO requirements please contact our Sales Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Acumen Aviation
Acumen is an aircraft asset lease manager with a global platform, established in 2009, headquartered in Ireland with offices in India, China and the USA. Acumen’s management team has over 300 years of cumulative experience with a permanent staff of over 90 people. Acumen offers a full range of services throughout the lifecycle of the aircraft including aircraft sourcing, pre-purchase inspections (physical and records), project management, lease management, re-marketing, fleet audits, aircraft trading, powerplant management, aircraft valuations and CAMO services. Acumen embraces new technologies and has a dedicated digital business arm providing market driven products and services to the sector. This includes Acumen’s state-of-the-art asset management ERP platform, SPARTA, as well as its digital success advisory (DSA), offering specific software development and design solutions to help clients meet the challenges and requirements of the digital age. Its customers include aircraft lessors, airlines, banks, private equity, and investors.
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