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Your aircraft modification was realized by a non-IAMA member design organization, and further down the road, you’ve discovered some problems. What do you do next? IAMA, the Independent Aircraft Modifier Alliance, offers an array of resources to address some of the most pressing upgrade challenges airlines and lessors face.
In many aircraft modification projects, the data is often developed by several 3rd party suppliers. One of IAMA’s main objectives is promoting transparency in the market, which is why our approach to the topic of data sharing elaborates on the frictions that can arise during a modification project
Why Do Customers Benefit from the Standardization of Independent Modifications Approved by a Supplemental Type Certificate?
In the following article, we will let you know more about the benefit IAMA's standardization can bring your organization and how to obtain the IAMA Standard.
A typical STC process is complex and has many phases and stakeholders, but once the respective aviation authorities become the focus of activity, questions about the project timeline and costs may arise. Subject experts of IAMA are in constant effort to enlighten stakeholders on how to mitigate risk in these situations.
Every airlines operator who has had to remove a Supplemental Type Certificate modification from their aircraft will have a deep appreciation for the complexity involved. De-modification as it’s known, also presents significant challenges to lessors and modifiers.
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