Australian operator REX Airlines has signed Magnetic MRO to a CAMO (continuing airworthiness management organisation) service agreement. It will be in operation in the first quarter in 2021.
Magnetic MRO’s senior airworthiness engineer Talvar Tari (pictured above) said the contract was “one more great example” of the company connecting across different continents.
“We are very interwoven with REX CAMO and operations, however, we are doing this from across eight time zones, over about 15,000km,” he said.
“This is made possible by the great match of REX and Magnetic MRO company DNAs, as we both are flexible and strive for efficiency but not at the expense of safety and quality.
“I am sure I speak for all the Magnetic MRO CAMO personnel when I say we are extremely excited to enter into such a close partnership with a company that shares our high standards and strive for excellence in doing our part in keeping the skies safe.”
REX’s continuous airworthiness manager Richard Taylor commented: “We are equally excited to be able to work closely with Magnetic MRO on our domestic jet operations. Magnetic MRO is undoubtedly one of the reputable independent Part 42 service providers for many of the big airlines in Europe and other parts of the world. We are looking forward to tap their vast experiences to enhance our in-house capabilities.”