Following a contract extension signed at the Asia Pacific Summit for Aviation Safety (AP-SAS 2023) hosted in Singapore this week, CAA International (CAAi) will continue to provide the Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia (CAAM) with electronic examination services for Flight Crew and Aircraft Maintenance Engineer exams.
The contract was signed at AP-SAS 2023 by Captain Norazman Bin Mahmud, CAAM Chief Executive Officer and Maria Rueda, CAAi Managing Director. Under the agreement extension, CAAi will continue to provide CAAM with Part-AME and Part-FCL examinations, based on Malaysia/UK/ European aviation standards, to support CAAM’s National Licensing needs. The contract also covers the respective National Malaysia Air Legislation (AME) and Air Law (FCL) examinations, all delivered in an electronic, computer-based format.
Captain Norazman, CEO for CAAM, said,
“CAAM is indeed pleased to extend our well-established partnership with CAAi on the e-Exams services for Malaysian flight crew and aircraft maintenance engineers. At CAAM, we prioritise the importance of providing a positive experience to our valued stakeholders including our license holders. Therefore, we look forward to working closely with CAAi to continuously enhance and fulfil our commitment to deliver reliable and consistently high-quality service.”
Matthew Margesson, Head of International Operations at CAAi, added,
“We are delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with the CAA Malaysia, spanning over 45 years of aviation technical cooperation. This contract extension demonstrates the value the CAAM, and the Malaysian aviation industry have seen from our e-Exams services. We’re proud to be able to support the CAAM with their examination requirements and we remain fully committed to delivering our e-Exams to the high standards that CAAM have learnt to expect from CAAi”.
From 2013-2023, CAAi with partners Aspeq, worked with CAAM in conducting over 50,000 Part-FCL/Part-AME exams using CAAi’s electronic examination services. As the aviation sector recovers from the impact of the pandemic and global events, CAAM continues to ensure the Malaysian aviation industry is well positioned for opportunity, growth and prosperity, including training, examinations and licensing of aviation professionals over the coming years.
Maria Rueda and Captain Norazman after the contract signing
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