Maintenance Center EASA 145 – CAMO Panamedia
The Panamedia Maintenance Center has the following certifications:
- EASA PART 145 ES.145.138
- CAMO ES.MG.122 (CAMO PLUS)
Our center has its own facilities for its departments of Engineering, Mechanical and Avionics.
Panamedia, CAMO is the only organization in Balearic Islands authorized to develop the mandatory Maintenance Programs for any aircraft registered in an EASA country and to manage the Airworthiness its aircrafts. In addition it is necessary conducting an Airworthiness Review by a CAMO.
The maintenance center is adapted to the new JAR regulations and has been authorized by AESA – Spanish State Agency of Aviation Safety, and can handle any aircraft belonging to JAA environment.
In our Maintance Center Part 145 in Son Bonet Airport (Majorca) we work with:
- Maintenance Tasks / Repairs /Cessna aircraft revisions
- Piper and other brands
- 500 hours reviews of Bendix and Slick magnetos
- Structural repairs
- Online Maintenance Service (also available at the Valencia airport)
- New SID tasks of Cessna
Our CAMO offers:
- Continued airworthiness management, renewal of the ARC (for Air Works and Private operators)
- Elaboration of Maintenance programs
- Management of Modifications and Repairs
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How often does an aircraft need to be inspected? April 8, 2020
A car has to be inspected regularly – but what about aircraft? For an aircraft, the inspection intervals are determined according to the following values: Number of flights Number of flying hours. There are generally two forms of maintenance in itself. Many parts of an aircraft have a lifetime. Since it is precisely monitored … Continue reading How often does an aircraft need to be inspected?
Why do planes fly? The physics of flying March 9, 2020
It has always been a dream of mankind to take off weightlessly from the ground like a bird and fly through the air. The fact that flying would one day become such a matter of course is thanks to the aviation pioneers who have gone through a hard and sacrificially rich path. Already in … Continue reading Why do planes fly? The physics of flying
The main approach procedures February 28, 2020
Every day, countless aircraft take off and land around the world every second. The schedule is very tight and therefore fog, storms or cold weather should ideally not be a problem. To ensure that every approach runs smoothly, there are different procedures for the approach. The so-called “visual approach” is the simplest and takes … Continue reading The main approach procedures