UK-based aircraft trading and inspection company AMS Aircraft has been approved as a continued airworthiness management organisation by the UK Civil Aviation Authority.
The EASA Part M certificate covers CAMO services for Airbus A320-family, A330, A340 and Boeing 737-300 to -900 series aircraft flying under European regulations.
This may be further extended in the future, said marketing head Graeme Shanks. The firm has "considerable interest" in Bombardier regional and corporate jets as well as ATR turboprops, he added.
The approval is a "significant step change" in the company's technical service offerings, AMS said in a statement.