Consulting & Coaching

Experience from over 15 years of practice: ATCC AeroTechnical Consulting & Coaching with its specialized knowledge and training puts its consulting service at your disposal. We suit our services to your situation and issues, and we are at your service for unusual assignments revolving around the field of aviation.


Standard services are:

  • Development and optimization of processes;
  • Auditing, Licensing Preparation, and the development of aerotechnical companies according to national and international standards;
  • Introduction of QM Systems and Tools;
  • Development of documentation and introduction of digital standard documentation;
  • Introduction of digital signature mark and digital inspection and test records;
  • Registration and attainment or expansion of official licensing;
  • Preparation of the organizations for corresponding licensing.n

Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO)

Official approval by the Federal Authority as Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO).

EASA Annex 1 (Part M) defines measures to maintain airworthiness. The regulatory requirements for airworthiness must be met and safe operation ensured. In order to be recognized as an aircraft continuing airworthiness management organization, commercial airlines have been subject to EASA Part-M since September 2005.
From this date all airlines are able to obtain their own approval as a CAMO, in accordance with EASA Part-M Subpart G of VO (EU) Nr. 1321/2014.

We get your company ready for the official licence:

  • Preparing a manual (CAME) for maintaining continuing airworthiness under Part-M Subpart G) and obtaining an approval from the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (German Federal Aviation Authority)
  • Training of Staff for the airworthiness check under Part-M Subpart G of VO (EU) No. 1321/2014
  • Preparation for examination and passing the examination by the designated staff, as required under EASA Part-M Subpart G) by the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (German Federal Aviation Authority)
  • Providing and implementing Continuation Training - coordinated with the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (German Federal Aviation Authority) - for
    • staff that is approved for the airworthiness check, including the required continual updates, such as:
    • New and modified aviation legislation procedures, processes, aircraft manufacturer requirements, etc.

Continuing airworthiness management / Airworthiness and maintenance requirements

Aircraft which are used commercially to carry passengers or cargo, the operator is responsible for maintaining continuing airworthiness. The operator may carry out the required work himself if he is recognized as an approved maintenance organization in accordance with EASA Annex 2 (Part-145). Alternatively, he may commission the maintenance to an approved facility, a CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization). In this case we speak of an aircraft in a controlled environment.

In the controlled environment, the CAMO will either arrange directly with an approved Part-145 maintenance organization to perform the work due, or informs the owner (or operator) of the work to be performed.

Controlled environment

  • Aircraft has been continuously in (the same) CAMO (+) for the last 12 months
  • Testing in accordance with Part M Subpart G
  • Issue of form 15b (with the possibility of the 2-times extension)


Uncontrolled environment

  • Aircraft has not been in a controlled environment or has been maintained by a CAMO
  • Testing in accordance with Part M Subpart G and issue of a recommendation
  • Authority examines the recommendation to issue the Form 15a
  • Annual inspection required

Quality Management System - Quality Assurance System

We help you to comply with the guidelines of national and international aviation authorities.

Every aviation company must implement a functional quality assurance system in its operations in accordance with the specifications of the aviation authority.

We help you to comply with the guidelines of the national and international aviation authorities. In this way, we support you in securing and further improving your competitiveness and profitability.

We advise you

during the implementation of a quality assurance system according to the specifications of the aviation authority and create the necessary concepts according to your individual operational requirements

We monitor

the implementation of the quality management in your company, carry out inspections / Audit´s and create the investigation reports / templates for proof for the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (Federal Aviation Authority) or for your customers

We develop

existing procedures are changed, optimised or, if necessary, newly developed according to your specifications or after approval by the authorities. For this purpose, we analyze the existing procedures at regular intervals for functionality and development potential.

We create for you

the quality management procedures published by the aviation authority or further developed by ATCC, carry out a conformity and applicability test and, if necessary, introduce the new processes into your existing quality management system. In the case of approval-relevant procedures by the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt, ATCC applies for and obtains approval.

Value assessments for aircraft and realisation of audits

Licensed specialists carry out the work for you:

  • Aircraft assessments (inspections and condition assessments)
  • Auditing of maintenance- and servicing-operations

Aircraft take-back from lease with essential contents

  • Summary (short description as management decision)
  • Detailed description of the condition of the most important aircraft assemblies and aircraft systems underlaid with images
  • Technical Data, presentation of aircraft key figures
  • AD`s, SB`s, flight times etc.
  • Visualization of the viewed documents

Valuation of aircraft

  • Determination of the fair value of an aircraft
  • Damage assessment in case of Incidents and Accidents
  • Preparation of detailed investigation reports

Review of maintenance measures (aircraft maintenance) through regular audits

  • Use of the correct tools, materials, equipment and maintenance methods in the course of annual inspections (such as C-checks), carried out by contracted Part-145 maintenance companies.
  • Use of qualified maintenance personnel trained in accordance with Part-66 during the commissioned maintenance work.

Review and selection of maintenance operations (worldwide)

  • Examination of the maintenance operations for functional processes as well as timely and correct execution of work, according to EASA Part-145 / EASA Part-M
  • Review of flight operations in the event of irregularities on the basis of Part-M

ATCC AeroTechnical

Aviation Maintenance Training | Aviation Consulting | Aviation Coaching

Part-147 Maintenance Training Organisation EASA DE.147.0013

Cargo City Süd, Building 532.6013
60549 Frankfurt a. Main / Airport | Germany
Fon:  +49 (0)69 690 28082
Fax:  +49 (0)69 690 28202
eMail: atcc[@]aerotechnical.de