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Acumen Aviation Completes Automatic EASA CAMO Transition Project

Acumen Aviation Completes Automatic EASA CAMO Transition Project

Dublin – 19-06-2019: Acumen Aviation, a leading Aircraft Asset Management Services Company is delighted to announce it has completed the EASA CAMO transition project of three Boeing 737 aircraft from the United States to Europe.

Acumen’s CAMO capability is expanding to meet growing customer needs and holds approvals for the Airbus A330, Bombardier Dash 8 / Q400 series, ATR 42 / 72 series, Airbus 320 Family and Boeing 737 Classic and NG series.

The Continuing Airworthiness Manager Mr. James Flynn said “The Acumen team was delighted to support Automatic with these transition projects.  Given the complexity of the modifications performed it was great to see our team working well with the IAA, FAA, Automatic and Mistral Airlines.

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 80 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. Its customers include aircraft lessors, airlines, banks, private equity and investors.

For more information please contact:

 

Acumen Press Office: Europe                            Acumen Press Office: Asia

Location: Dublin, Ireland                                   Location: Bangalore, India

Phone: +353-1-5677106                                     Phone: +91-80-42673920

martin.corcoran@acumenaviation.ie             pritam.mukherjee@acumenaviation.in

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