EASA Compliant Service and Support for Operators and MRO’S

To achieve EASA regulatory compliance requires process and procedures, which are not only compliant but are effective for the organisation. SAS can support you to develop Operations Manuals, SMS, MOE, CAME, Maintenance Program and Quality Manuals to the highest standards.

SAS are able to produce maintenance programmes for many aircraft types whether you are an AOC, stand-alone CAMO or GA aircraft private owner we are able to support your requirements using Manufactures source Data and fully compliant with regulatory requirements, we are able to produce programmes in useable format to allow easy migration to customer systems. We can also configure by tail or serial no to incorporate ICAW and EASA driven requirements.

EASA Implementing Rules (IRs) will become law on 8 April 2012, and will introduce a requirement for AOC holders to have a ‘Management System’ which delivers safety management throughout its organisation. SAS can assist your development of an SMS and to help your understanding of SMS in your Organisation so you can get the most value out of it.

To assist you with part time and Ad-Hoc resources and specific assistance with developing process and procedures which are not just compliant but are also organizationally effective and efficient.

Scheduled maintenance visits

- Attendance at pre-input planning meetings if required.
- To ensure the aircraft owner / operator’s interests are being looked after during the maintenance input.
- To ensure the quality and requirements expected are maintained and fulfilled.
- To liaise and resolve ongoing issues with the MRO in conjunction with owner / operator.
- To ensure that there are no avoidable delays in the aircraft output.
- To provide the owner / operator with regular feedback on the aircraft’s progress.

Aircraft modifications or major repairs

- Attendance at pre-input planning meetings if required.
- To ensure the aircraft owner / operator’s interest are being looked after during the maintenance input.
- To ensure the quality and requirements expected are maintained and fulfilled.
- To liaise and resolve ongoing issues with the MRO in conjunction with owner / operator.
- To liaise with the design organisation suppliers to ensure the project remains on target.
- To provide the owner / operator with regular feedback on the aircraft’s progress.

Aircraft transitions

- Attendance at pre input planning meetings if required.
- To ensure the aircraft owner / operator’s interest are being looked after during the maintenance input.
- To ensure the end of lease conditions are satisfied.
- To facilitate on site inspections by potential new lessees.
- To manage the expectations of both the outgoing and new lessees.
- To ensure the quality and requirements expected are maintained and fulfilled.
- To liaise and resolve on-going issues with the MRO in conjunction with the owner.
- To liaise with the design organisation, suppliers and regulatory authorities to ensure the project remains on target.
- To ensure the records are prepared and presented in an acceptable format.
- To provide the owner with regular feedback on the aircraft’s progress.

Aircraft repossessions

- Liaise with all interested parties to secure access to the aircraft and records.
- To liaise with all parties to enable the aircraft to be ferried to an acceptable storage / maintenance location.
- To prepare the records to an acceptable standard for presentation to a new lessee.
- To ensure the aircraft owner’s interests are being looked after during any maintenance input or storage.
- To facilitate on site inspections by potential new lessees.
- To ensure the quality and requirements expected are maintained and fulfilled and to liaise and resolve on-going issues.
- To liaise with the design organisation, suppliers and regulatory authorities to ensure the project remains on target.
- To ensure that there are no avoidable delays in returning the aircraft to service.
- To provide the owner with regular feedback on the aircraft’s progress.

Aircraft disposal and part out

- To liaise with all parties to enable the aircraft to be ferried to an acceptable storage / disassembly location.
- To prepare the records to an acceptable standard for presentation to interested purchasers to realise the best possible value.
- To ensure the aircraft owner’s interests are being looked after during the part out process.
- To facilitate on site inspections by potential component purchasers.
- To liaise and resolve on-going issues with the part out organisations in conjunction with owner.
- To provide the owner with regular feedback on the aircraft’s progress.

Engine Services

- Work scope planning for shop visits and liaison with engine shops on SB and repair assessment and cost reduction of invoices.
- Negotiations with engine overhaul agencies to obtain cost effective engine maintenance.

- Engine inspections for condition and serviceability status.
- Negotiation and preparing insurance claims after foreign object damage.
- Inspection and analysis of engine trend information and recommendations on any actions required.

Our service is bespoke and tailored to your specific needs, please email office@sassofia.com for a detailed offer or quotation.