Airworthiness

Through Amelia International (ex-Aero4M), our subsidiary in Šenčur, Slovenia, we are responsible for the airworthiness of the aircraft in our care (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation, CAMO).

We ensure correct organisation of the upkeep and maintenance of our planes, meeting current regulations for our flight operations, and anticipating and preparing for each of our air operations.

Monitoring and validation of aircraft’s airworthiness

  • Creation of aircraft maintenance programmes
  • Maintaining continuing airworthiness
  • Airworthiness certificate reviews
  • Management of the technical files of the aircraft
The entire airworthiness of the Amelia fleet is under Amelia International’s management. Amelia International (ex-Aero4M) also offers this Continuing airworthiness management to aircraft of other airlines under the brand name Aero4M.
The Amelia International (ex-Aero4M) team is made up of engineers trained for the continuing airworthiness management specialised on the types of planes we operate and upkeep on behalf of our clients.

Aero4M

Founded in 2008, Aero4M was initially a Part 145 maintenance organism for helicopters. In June 2012, the company became an airline by acquiring an Air Operator Certificate and the licence for Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation. In 2019 Aero4M’s activities operated for its parent company switch to the brand name Amelia International.