ACE Services Granted UK CAA Camo Approval

AINmxReports » August 15, 2012
August 15, 2012, 1:05 PM

Aviation Consultancy & Engineering Services (ACE Services) has added a new aircraft maintenance management (AMM) department and obtained UK CAA continuing airworthiness management (Camo), airworthiness review certificate and permit to fly approvals. ACE Services provides project, engineering, maintenance, continuing airworthiness and technical records; quality assurance and control; aircraft maintenance planning and forecasting; and audit safety systems.

Ahmed Gul-Mohamed, ACE Services managing director, told AIN, “We are excited with our new venture. We still have our Central London office, which has now become our satellite station for engineering, and our main office which we recently located at Biggin Hill Airport in the Jet Aviation complex where our newly formed AMM department is based.”

Gul-Mohamed, a licensed aircraft engineer since 1991 and an avionics engineer since 1987, held a number of maintenance management positions before starting ACE Services 12 years ago. The company specializes in business aircraft.

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