JetSupport evolves from maintenance provider to business aviation knowledge center
Schiphol Airport, 3 January 2012 – Starting of 2012, Amsterdam based JetSupport has extended its continued airworthiness management capabilities with two additional aircraft types. The Cessna 650 and the Piaggio Avanti P-180 aircraft were added to the EASA CAMO Part M approval schedule. Adding these two aircraft is part of JetSupport’s business plan to expand its asset management activities for business aviation.
Over the last ten years JetSupport has gained extensive experience with CAMO activities for the Dutch Coastguard operation based at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. With this cooperation JetSupport has been able to steadily gain experience in this field of expertise. Currently JetSupport is extending its asset management services, new aircraft types are added following market demand. Over the last 10 years the organization has evolved from a typical maintenance provider to a knowledge-based business aviation service provider.