We continue to learn lessons from new and innovative methods of delivering our safety oversight during the COVID19 pandemic. We continually aim to develop new ways of working and to initiate processes that have potential positive benefits to our clients beyond the COVID19 situation.
In order to support your continued safe and efficient aircraft operation during the pandemic, our primary method of delivering aircraft airworthiness surveys is currently to use digital technology to undertake a ‘remote’ survey without the need for the surveyor to travel to the aircraft. On-site surveys are currently only possible in exceptional circumstances and at very limited locations.
For many clients, the remote survey has been welcomed. We recognise that remote surveys can take longer to complete, but for our clients around the world these costs are often offset by the absence of surveyor travel costs. Consequently, it is our intention that the ‘remote’ survey will continue as one of our methods of conducting aircraft survey beyond COVID19. However, subject to public health constraints, we would eventually like to give our clients more choice as to whether they would prefer the survey to be conducted remotely or on site.
Due to the improving COVID19 situation in the UK and Isle of Man, we are now able to offer clients the choice for surveys of aircraft located in the UK and Isle of Man to be conducted either remotely or on-site as standard. Please see our Airworthiness page for details on how to apply.
We continue to be contactable by:
- E-mail at [email protected];
- Telephone on +44 (0) 1624 682 358. If contacting us by telephone, please allow a few more rings than usual for your call to be answered as the phones may be diverted to some remote working staff members.
Last updated 25/02/2022