Boeing's GoldCare aftermarket services took a big step forward by attaining EASA Continuous Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) certification. While the CAMO certification enables Boeing UK Ltd. to offer fleet management services to business jet operators—Boeing Business Jets and VIP-configured non-commercial transport aircraft—it could help Boeing in selling the services to airlines as it works on gaining broader CAMO approval. The company doesn’t have a business jet ...

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