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Airbus Corporate Jets offers wider computerised maintenance choice With agreement with CAMP

Posted 20 November 2015 · Add Comment

Airbus corporate jet customers and operators can now benefit from a wider range of computerised maintenance planning services, following an agreement concluded with CAMP.

Acropolis Aviation of the UK, currently offering an Airbus ACJ319 for VVIP charter and the launch customer for the ACJ320neo, has become the first customer for the new service. 

Airbus, as the manufacturer, defines the maintenance tasks that operators need to carry out to ensure the continued airworthiness of each of its modern aircraft families. These tasks are typically broken down into digital job-cards, adapted to each specific aircraft. 

The new service, “CAMP for ACJ”, brings together two leaders in the business. Airbus, with an unequalled in-depth knowledge of its aircraft, and CAMP, with its expertise in computerised maintenance management services, to give customers and operators access to a single, integrated, solution. 

It does this by combining Airbus’ expertise in maintenance programme customisation and technical documentation with CAMP’s computerised aircraft maintenance management. 

“We are committed to helping customers and operators to get the best from their Airbus aircraft, and this new service answers their needs,” says Benoit Defforge, managing director Airbus Corporate Jets. “CAMP for ACJ is a fully digital solution, available on any computer, smart-phone or tablet with internet access.”

 

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