The Aero Maintenance Organisation (AMO) has received further boost as the Civil Aviation Authority of Congo has commenced audit of the facility in order to approve it for maintenance of Congo’s registered aircraft.
This is just as the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has commenced the process of renewing its certification of the AMO after the expiration of the one-year approval granted Aero to maintain “Ghana registered aircraft or foreign registered aircraft which operate within or into Ghana.”
Daily Trust reports that separate teams from Congo and Ghana CAAs are in Lagos, the headquarters of Aero Contractors Company, the oldest airline in Nigeria, to assess its books.
The establishment of Aero AMO in 2017 has become a relief to many Nigerian airlines which now maintain their aircraft up to C-check level at the Aero Hangar in Lagos. Read more