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Full Continuing Airworthiness Management

Once an aircraft has been setup within IAS Ltd.’s control systems called IASManager, it is relatively straight forward for IAS to provide full Continuing Airworthiness Management services which facilitates the recording and planning all operations and maintenance events in accordance with EASA Part M Sup Part G requirements.

This service allows our customers to ensure that their aircraft are managed in the best possible manner and also ensure that they have complete oversight with regard to each asset. In short IAS Ltd. can take care of all of the Airworthiness Management requirements to allow our customers to rest assured that record keeping and maintenance planning are maintained to the highest of standards and in compliance with the requirements of EASA Part M Sub Part G.

Our CAMO could provide the following services:

  • The Total Aircraft Technical Administration
  • Aircraft Technical Records Management.
  • Review and Monitoring Of Airworthiness Directive Compliance.
  • Review and Monitoring Of Service Bulletin Compliance.
  • Damage Assessment And Preparing and Monitoring Damage and Repair Reports.
  • Hard Time Component Replacements monitoring.
  • Serialised Component Replacements monitoring.
  • Approved Aircraft Maintenance Program Development and Administration.
  • Maintain Aircraft Reliability Reports.
  • Line And Base Maintenance Work Packs And Task Cards preparations In Accordance With The Approved Maintenance Program.
  • Aircraft Technical Records Management.
  • Scanning Of Technical Records.

IAS Manager

What is IAS Manager?

– Time saving and cost effective solution;

– Software, developed by aviation engineers for aviation engineers;

– Web-based service, accessible from anywhere in the world via Internet;

– Constantly-developing software

Short Overview

– Initial addition of aircraft into the system;

– Addition and Edit of Flight Logs;

– Installing, removal, editing of components, setting limitations and saving of supporting documentation;

– Setting of various specific methods for APU utilization;

– Defect entry;

– Submitting of ADs, SBs, SLs, VSBs, VSLs with their entire specific features taken into account, defining of applicability, DFPs;

– Input of MPD, development of AMP and DFPs;

– Setting of various warning definitions IAW each AC specific features;

– Production of all necessary reports;

– Creation of Work Orders

– History track of all changes which occurred during exploitation;

– Creating user accounts with different levels of access and grouped by various criteria