UK-based engine and aircraft asset management service provider TGIS Aviation has received continuing airworthiness management organisation (CAMO) approval from the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). “We are thrilled to have been awarded our UK CAA CAMO approval, as it allows us to deliver even greater value to our clients by managing the entire process on their behalf,” said TGIS managing director Charlie Whyman. “This approval underscores our commitment to providing comprehensive and efficient solutions to the aviation community.” In addition to the UK CAA CAMO approval, TGIS is actively awaiting the accreditations for Cayman, Bermudan and San Marino to complement

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