Starlite comprises of numerous dedicated Aircraft Maintenance Organisations, providing maintenance and logistic requirements for all aircraft operated by the Group through a highly skilled, expert team of engineers.
Johannesburg and Durban, South Africa are the Company’s primary Aircraft Maintenance Organisations. In addition, certified satellite AMO’s have been established at key locations worldwide, all providing onsite maintenance through a permanent group of qualified maintenance engineers for the contract fleet of helicopters.
Starlite maintenance provides mission ready helicopters configured for all requirements, for complex helicopter operations in remote locations.
Starlite Maintenance Johannesburg (SMJ), is a South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) approved Part 145 maintenance organisation, AMO927, performing the above on the following range of helicopters:
AMO 927 – Main Base Johannesburg
AMO 927 – Satellite Bases
1. AMO 927 Bamako – Mali
2. AMO 927 SA Agulhas – Ship
Starlite Maintenance Durban (SMD) is a South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) approved Part 145 maintenance organisation, AMO824, performing the above on the following range of helicopters:
AMO 824 – Main Base Durban
AMO 824 – Satellite Base
1. AMO 824 FAMO – Mossel Bay
Starlite Ireland holds an Irish EASA 145 maintenance approval under a separate company, Starlite Maintenance Ireland.
This company provides all the maintenance support to the Irish registered aircraft. The continuing airworthiness management is provided through Starlite Maintenance Ireland CAMO which is also approved through the Irish AOC structure.
As the majority of the Irish registered aircraft are on contract with the European Union in Kosovo, the main base of Irish maintenance operations is based at Pristina Airport, Kosovo.
Starlite Maintenance Ireland is an approved maintenance organisation providing service to the follow helicopters: