FAA authorizes Jamco America to review and accept ICAs


Jamco America, one of the first aircraft interior companies to receive FAA Organization Designation Authorization (ODA), has been granted additional authorization to perform review and acceptance of Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) on behalf of the FAA.

Don Wren, director of certification at Jamco America explained, “Our ability to act on behalf of the FAA to perform review and acceptance of ICA, approve data along with issuance of Type Inspection Authorizations (TIA) and ensuing Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) streamlines aircraft certification for the customer. Jamco’s growing company delegation offers its customers greater control over schedules with less reliance on the FAAs limited resources”.

Sister company, Jamco Aero Design Engineering (JADE) holds an EASA Design Organization Approval (DOA), authorizing JADE to approve minor changes and act on behalf of EASA to review and approve drawings, substantiation and test plans. JADE brings together the cabin modification capabilities of JAMCO Corporation and SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC), with the aim of providing airlines with modification and engineering services close to home, lowering costs and shortening lead times.

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