NCC & CAMO Services

Protect your investment with our professional help. General Enterprises is Europe’s leading Cirrus Platinum Partner and authorized Service Center for all your technical and administrative matters. We have over 20 years of experience with Cirrus, and more than 25 years of aircraft maintenance experience. General Enterprises is proud to mention that we have more than 250 Cirrus customers annually from all over Europe and the Middle East and that we are the main Cirrus Vision SF50 Service Center in Europe. Of those we have 100 aircraft enrolled in our CAMO Program. 



Cirrus SRx CAMO

For the Cirrus SRx series we offer the  following CAMO services for EASA, FAA, 2-Reg and San Marino registered aircraft within our Scope of Approval:    

  • maintenance programme development and approval  
  • Technical Records control/archiving  
  • Maintenance planning  
  • Review and implementation of airworthiness directives and service bulletins  
  • Life limited parts management and control in our maintenance tracking software programme  
  • Airworthiness Review Inspections (ARC) for EU registered aircraft  
  • Airworthiness/Registration services for used /new imported aircraft into the EU  
  • Change of ownership assistance  
  • Organise approval of modifications and repairs to EASA Part 21 standards  
  • Engine condition monitoring services
Your aircraft, our care. 



Cirrus Vision Jet NCC/CAMO

We want to assure you that Part‐NCC is no rocket science. There are serveral things that need to be taken care of but we are here to help in any respect in dealing with Part‐NCC. We offer the following services under our NCC services:

  • A tailsign specific Minimum Equipment List (MEL) needs to be established, reflecting the actual equipment of your aircraft. This MEL must be approved by your Competent Authority.
  • To make sure that your aircraft is maintained to the highest technical standards, the aircraft should be assigned to a CAMO. This requirement can be replaced by a contract with a maintenance organisation, but only if the aircraft is registered outside the EASA country (e.g. N‐registered).
  • To document whatever you may (and must not) do in your operation, an Operations Manual (OM) must be created following EASA regulation AMC2 ORO.MLR.100 "Operations Manual ‐ General".
  • You, as the pilot, must undergo certain training to maintain currency for the operation under Part‐NCC. This training must be documented, and records must be kept.
With all the above items in place you are good to go and enjoy your jet!


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