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Technical Reliability (as opposed to dispatch reliability) of an airline is managed by the CAMO (Part 42)or maintenance controller as part of the “approved system of Maintenance” (or approved maintenance program), as indicated in the question.
In the hypothetical situation of you heading up the CAMO, reliability becomes your responsibility and you need to convince CASA (and me) that your system meets the requirements. So tell me how it works to deliver “good” technical reliability.
I would have expected you to find the “written” requirements in CASA, however, for your information Part 42 Manual of Standards and Advisory Circular 42-3 can be accessed for this purpose.
“Aspects” of Reliability have appeared in many of the module/lectures so reliability touches much of HES2935 subject material. It is covered to some depth in the above-referenced documents.
Write no more than 1500 words for the whole assignment (excluding references) The assignment is due by close of business 28th.October
You have been appointed as the Continuing Airworthiness Manager for a CAMO within an RPT airline, operating Heavy Capacity “Class A” RPT aircraft (CASR 121).
As the Continuing Airworthiness Manager you are responsible for the establishment and management of the “Approved Maintenance Program (AMP)” (i.e.System of Maintenance) for the fleet of aircraft operated by the airline. Part of the Maintenance Program requirement is the establishment of a “CASA Approved Reliability Program”. Your department will be designing the new Reliability System.
As you are accountable for the success of this system, you are required to write a report to demonstrate to CASA, just how the system meets the requirements. At a minimum, the points you should cover are :-
(a) The commercial requirements of an airline and
(b) The regulatory requirements of CASA, FAA etc.
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