Europe’s new CAMO requirements drive growth for MRO data management systems.
LONDON—There can’t be many occasions when new regulations stimulate business, but that seems to be the situation with EASA Part M. Since the original compliance deadline of Sept. 28, 2008, demand for sub-part G approvals for Continuous Airworthiness Management Organizations (CAMO) has surged, and so has interest in IT systems that provide the data necessary for complying with continuous airworthiness regulations. Under Part M, all commercial operations have to be their own sub-part ...
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