JET TECHNICS was established in April 2004 and started primarily as an aircraft maintenance organization designated for the accomplishment of maintenance services for several types of aircraft. For more than 13 years our company performed line and base maintenance checks on several types of aircraft (Boeing 707, Boeing 727, BAe-146/AVRO-RJ, Cessna Single Piston Engine Aircraft series, Socata TB Series, Piper PA31P series) under the Part-145 approval certificate ref. RO.145.017. Starting 2009, JET TECHNICS was approved as a continuing airworthiness management organization in accordance with EASA Part M, Subpart G.
At this moment JET TECHNICS holds the following approval:
– EASA Part M Approval Certificate Ref.No. RO.MG.031 (CAMO)
Issued by the ROMANIAN Civil Aviation Authority (R.C.A.A – an E.A.S.A. full member)
Approval Schedule: Continuing Airworthiness Management activities for:
Jet Engine Aircraft – Dassault Falcon 900EX, Dassault Falcon 7X, Bombardier Global BD700 Series, Gulfstream G550, Gulfstream G650, Boeing 737-300/400/500, Boeing 727, British Aerospace BAe-146/AVRO-RJ
TurboProp Engine Aircraft – Piper PA-42 (PWC PT6), Pilatus PC-12/47E
Piston Engine Aircraft – Group 3 (Cessna, Piper, Hawker Beechcraft, Socata TB series, Cirrus SR series, Costruzioni Aeronautiche TECNAM P-2010/P-2008, CEAPR Mudry CAP 20 series, Socata MS890, Socata Rallye 235, Alpha/Robin HR200 and R2000, CEAPR Robin ATL).
NOTE: The existing type rating schedule as above may be extended with other aircraft types if required by clients – following submittal of application to the local CAA for audit/approval.
During 2010-2012, JET TECHNICS had been also approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands as OTAR Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organization (Ref.No. 048-CAY-AMO-2010) for Line Maintenance activities for Cayman registered aircraft (Boeing 707, Boeing 727, BAC One-Eleven, Dassault Falcon-900, Cessna 152, Cessna 172) and also as OTAR Part 39 Continued Airworthiness Management Organization (Ref.No. 011-CAY-CAMO-2010) for Continuing Airworthiness Management activities of Cayman registered aircraft (Boeing 707, Boeing 727, Dassault Falcon-900, Cessna 152, Cessna 172).
In the 2012-2013 period, JET TECHNICS had been accepted by the Civil Aviation Authority of Bahrain as an authorized Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO) under EASA PART M, SUB-PART G, this approval creating the required conditions to provide CAMO services for one Bahraini operator of a Boeing 727 freighter aircraft.
JET TECHNICS under its Part M approval as CAMO can provide the required services of continuing airworthiness management for commercial and/or non-commercial (i.e. private aircraft owners) by issuing/extending the airworthiness review certificate (ARC) or by carrying out airworthiness reviews for their fleet and completing recommendations to the competent authorities for the final issuance of the airworthiness review certificate (ARC).
JET TECHNICS facility is located near Baneasa International Airport – Bucharest, Romania.