Arthur Claudio Soares Accampora

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General Data:

Title: Mechanic Aeronautics Master Engineer (ME);

Brazilian, married, 55 years old, borned April 16, 1964;

Adress: Rua Nova Guiné, n° 52 – Senador Camará – Zip Code (CEP.): 21830-300 - Rio de Janeiro – RJ - Brazil;

Mobile: +55 (21) 99180-6627(Claro & WhatsUp); Commercial: +55(21) 3253-5116;

e-mail : accampora-acsa@amcham.com.br ; LinkedIn  : Arthur Accampora.


Academic Background:

Master Engineering (ME) Graduation: Manufacture Engineering (with emphasis in Strategic Planning, Quality and Logistic Systems) – by UFF-Universidade Federal Fluminense Fluminense Federal University) – 1989/90 – Niteroi – Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brazil.

Engineering Graduation (Bachelor): by ITA-Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (Aeronautic Institute of Technology) – Mechanic Aeronautic Engineering – 1983/87 – S.J.C. – SP – Brazil. CREA-SP Nr. 222.179/D(Nacional Register Nr. 260386426-2).

High School: Chemistry Analysis Technician – by CMRJ and Pentágono High Schools – 1981 – Rio de Janeiro - RJ – Brazil.


Expected Financial Package: - IAW (In Accordance With) the Company proposal and our negotiation.


Main Qualifications:

• Professional graduated in aeronautics by ITA (Technology Institute of Aeronautics) and Master Graduated (ME) by UFF (Federal Fluminense University), with more than 31 years experience in aviation, with the first 13 years as an Airworthiness Inspector/Auditor at the Brazilian CAA (old DAC, now ANAC), and more than 18 years in the Civil Aviation Industry out of ANAC. The career has been developed in the management (CTO - Chief Technology Officer) of the following areas: Airworthiness, Aircraft Maintenance, Quality Systems, Audits, Certifications (ISO 9001 and RBHA`s / RBAC`s), Maintenance Logistics Supply/Support Systems (MLSS), Supply Chain and Strategic Planning;

• Solid knowledge and experience in managing projects such as: evaluation and introductions of new aircrafts and services; business plan and participation in the corporate strategic planning;

• Developed Auditing Projects, including internal controls evaluation, needs identification and strategies definition focusing on the process optimization and business development;

• Coordination and customization of the software systems implementation (ex: Oracle);

• Operational Management: MLSS, supply chain, import/export and inventories;

• Management skills: experience with multidisciplinary teams (Brazil and Russia & Brazil and Czech Republic), Leadership (Personal and Interpersonal), Effective Communication, Conflict Solutions, Synergy, Proactivity, Focus and Emotional Intelligence;

• Approved in the Brazilian CAA (ANAC) written examinations for PCA - Categories A, B, C and D. Equivalent to the USA FAA DAR (Designate Airworthiness Representative); and

• Audities and Skills in Internal commercial and residential distribution networks for combustible gases (CREA-RJ).


Professional background:


AirSafety Engenharia & Representações Ltda (June/01 - actual) – Brazilian Engineering Company in Brazil with revenues around US$ 150M and 4 employees.

Current Position: Main Partner, Director (CEO & CTO) and Business/Quality/Airworthiness Consultant (from June/2001 - actual).


Main Responsibilities:

• Management of all Finance, Accounting, Costs; and

• Business Plan, Airworthiness & Quality Consultant about ISO 9001 and RBHA/RBAC 21/43/91/119/121/129/133/135/145 and related subjects. Having as main activities the certification, audits and follow up of 135/121 and 145 Companies, and Brazilian Validation Process for TCDS, STC and PMA issued by foreign CAA, and other related activities, as well as Audities and Skills in Internal commercial and residential distribution networks for combustible gases.


Main Results:

• Management of all Finance, Accounting, Costs, Tax and Payroll;

• Consulting, Audits and Certifications of several companies such as: Atlas, Omni, Team, ATM, Recominte, Máster Top, Ultraplanna, Helivia, AirMek, SOL, Costa do Sol, Aeróleo, EMAR and General Aviation;

• Improvement of the Operators and Repair Stations operational performance, so that they could make a increase on their fleet reliability and/or Maintenance Logistic Support Systems (MLSS) effectiveness and efficiency; and

• Construction, solidification of a very good credibility on the Aviation Industry and relationship with the Brazilian CAA (ANAC) for all the AirSafety Engenharia & Representações Team.


Brazilian CAA (Civil Aviation Agency) (Jan/88 - May/01) – Departamento de Aviação Civil (DAC) and transition to Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil (ANAC).

Position: Airworthiness Advisor and Auditor, Airworthiness Engineer and Civil Aviation Airworthiness Inspector (INSPAC – Airworthiness) - (Jan/88 - May/01)


Main Responsibilities:

• Technical Audits with the aim of Initial Certification and follow up of Air Operators and Repair Stations Certified IAW (In Accordance With) the Brazilian Requirements of Aeronautic Certification (RBHA)-119/121/135 and 145;

• Airworthiness Audits in Brazil and abroad, with the aim of issue the Brazilian Certificates of Airworthiness and Register, as well as the follow up of Brazilian aircrafts operating under the rules of the RBHA-91/119/121/129/133 and 135;

• Analysis with the aim of approve/revise: Maintenance Programs, MELs and Reliability Programs of air operators IAW the rules of RBHA-91/119/121/129 and 135;

• Issuance of Technical Reports about all the subjects regarding airworthiness and continuing airworthiness;

• Development of new regulation and/or revisions proposals of the Brazilian Air Law (CBA), RBHA and other Complementary Regulations such as: Civil Aviation Instructions (IACs), CAA Internal Procedures, etc.;

• Major Repair and Major Modification approvals for aircrafts operating under the rules of the RBHA-91/119/121/129/133 and 135;

• Brazilian CAA instructor for the Brazilian Airworthiness inspectors about several airworthiness and continuing airworthiness subjects;

• Study with the aim of implement a Data Base to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Brazilian CAA activities;

• Quality Auditor IAW ISO 9001 (NBR 9001) and ISO 9100 (NBR 15100), qualified by IFI/CTA in Aug/97; and

• Interim Management of several Brazilian CAA Airworthiness Sections, for several times.


Main Results:

• Airworthiness & Quality advising, certifications and audits about ISO 9001 and RBHA/RBAC 21/43/91/119/121/129/133/135/145 and related subjects. Having as main activities the certification, audits and follow up of 91/119/121/135 and 145 Companies, as well as, small, medium and large aircraft (Airplane and Helicopter) airworthiness inspections, all of them in Brazil and abroad;

• Member of the Brazilian CAA Pioneer Team who implemented all the New Airworthiness Regulations and Did 100% internal staff training for all the Civil Aviation System engineers (Airworthiness INSPAC’s);

• Member of the Brazilian CAA Pioneer Team who Improved the Brazilian CAA airworthiness surveillance procedures, system and standard, from almost no airworthiness regulation to a full airworthiness regulation, based on both the FAA-USA and EASA regulations;

• Member of the Brazilian CAA Pioneer Team who First Re-Certificated all Brazilian civil aviation companies (operators and repair stations) under the new implemented regulations; and

• Member of the Brazilian CAA Pioneer Team who reversed the trend and reduced in 35% the Overall Brazilian aircrafts accident and incident rates per aircraft flying hours.


Atlas Táxi Aéreo Ltda (Jun/01 – Jan/03; Aug/06 – Nov/08; Jul/10 – Dec/10 and Nov/15 – Apr/18) – Medium and Large Helicopters (Off-Shore and On-Shore) with revenues around US$ 6MM and 50 employees.

Position: Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW RBHA 119/135 and 145.


Omni Táxi Aéreo Ltda (Oct/01 – Aug/03) – Medium Helicopters (Off-Shore) with revenues around US$ 12MM and 70 employees.

Position: Maintenance Manager – Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW RBHA 119/135 and 145.


Team – Transportes Especiais Aéreos & Malotes Ltda (Dec/02 – Apr/05) – Medium Airplanes (On-Shore) with revenues around US$ 12MM and 100 employees.

Position: Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW RBHA 119/135 and 145.


ATM – Aerotáxi Marinete Ltda (Aug/03 – Jan/08) – Medium Helicopters (On-Shore/Executives) with revenues around US$ 2MM and 30 employees.

Position: Maintenance Chief – Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW RBHA 119/135 and 145.


Recominte – Manutenção, Comercio, Importação e Representações Ltda (Sept/03 – Nov/05) – Accessories Repair Station and EMBRAER Manufacturer with revenues around US$ 2MM and 30 employees.

Position: Maintenance and Manufacturer Manager (CTO) – Quality Deputy (RT) IAW ISO 9001 and RBHA 145.


Master Top Linhas Aéreas Ltda (Sept/05 – Feb/07) – Large Cargo Airplanes (On-Shore) with revenues around US$ 30MM and 100 employees.

First Position: Maintenance and Engineering Manager (Sept/05 – Aug/06) – Maintenance Director (CTO) IAW RBHA 119/121.

Last Position: Airworthiness Consult (Aug/06 – Feb/07) – All airworthiness consulting IAW RBHA 21/43/45/47/65/119/121 and 145 as far as the similar FAR-USA and EASA Regulations.


Ultraplanna Táxi Aéreo Ltda (Jan/07 – Mar/09) – Accessories Repair Station with revenues around US$ 500M and 20 employees.

Position: Maintenance and Engineering Manager – Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW ISO 9001 and RBHA 145.


Helivia Táxi Aéreo Ltda (Nov/08 – Apr/09) – Medium Helicopters (Off-Shore) with revenues around US$ 12MM and 70 employees.

Position: Maintenance Manager – Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW RBHA 119/135 and 145.


AirMek Manutenção Aeronáutica Ltda (Jan/07 – Mar/09) – Accessories Repair Station with revenues around US$ 300M and 15 employees.

Position: Maintenance and Engineering Manager – Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW ISO 9001 and RBHA 145.


SOL Linhas Aéreas Ltda (May/11 – Mar/12) – Medium Airplanes (On-Shore) with revenues around US$ 1,5 MM and 25 employees.

Position: Maintenance & Engineering Director – Maintenance Director (CTO) and Quality Deputy (RT) IAW RBHA 119/135 and 145.


Main Responsibilities for All Activities Developed in the above Companies (Operators and Repair Stations):

• Performance of all the duties and responsibilities described at their respective General Maintenance Manual (GMM) for the 121/135 Air Operators, and in the Maintenance Organization Manual (MOM) for the 145 Repair Stations, as the CTO, both accepted by the Brazilian CAA/ANAC(DAC), as applicable, and other tasks not included in those Manuals, but also necessary to the good performance of the Maintenance Directory and/or Quality Deputy goals of all the Companies listed above. The above mentioned tasks are included but they were not limited to:

• Management/Direction of all the Logistic Support System (Maintenance Control/Planning, Stock, Suppliers, Engineers, Tools, Manufacturer’s and CAA’s Publications/Manuals, Training, Facilities, Infra-Structure, etc), so that we could improve the fleet availability and dispatchability, with the lower cost possible and in a airworthiness condition;

• Interaction with the other Manages/Directors so that all the necessary resourses to the Maintenance Logistic Support System (MLSS) were available when necessary. So that we could minimize the unscheduled aircraft stops and schedule down time;

• Coordination with the Comercial Manager/Director so that the aircraft could make maintenance with a minimum interruption of the customer services;

• Supervision on the import/export process to guarantee that the necessary aircraft parts were in the stock when necessary; and

• Management/Direction of all the Maintenance Logistic Support Team so that they could perform their duties in the most efficient and effective way;


Main Results (for the same above Companies):

• Improvement by 5% to 15% to the Operator Aircraft Fleet availability from the previous standard or above the market average figures, with safety increase too, and the same average Maintenance Logistic Support System (MLSS) cost;

• Improvement of the engineers effectiveness and efficiency, leading to a Reduction by 10% to 20% of the operator or customer aircraft and/or accessory down time, with the same average MLSS cost too;

• Inclusion of several aircraft models to the Atlas (off-shore operator) 145 Certificate Addendum and 135 Operation Specifications (Op. Spec.), such as Bell 212 (up to 3.000hs Maintenance level), AS 350 Series (all levels) and mil Moscow Mi-171A1 (up to 100 hs Mnt. Level – phases I to IV);

• Certification of Omni (Off-Shore Operator), IAW RBHA 135 (all phases I to V) for the helicopter Sikorsky Model S-76A and Bell 212, with maintenance up to 150hs level in its Op. Spec.;

• Certification of Omni, IAW RBHA 145 (phases I to IV) up to 3000hs maintenance level for the S-76A and Bell 212 helicopter models;

• Certification of Team (135 Operator), IAW RBHA 145 for the Air Tractor Model AT-802A (up to 300 hs maintenance level) and LET model L-410 UVP-E20 (up to 2.400 hs maintenance level) – all phases I to V;

• Certification of Recominte (145 repair station), and as an EMBRAER manufacturer and supplier for Eaton – Aeroquip Hose Assembly Components;

• Certification of Recominte, IAW RBHA 21 as an Eaton – Aeroquip Hose Assembly Manufacturer (phases I to IV);

• Certification of Master Top (DC-10-30F Air Cargo operator), IAW RBHA 121 (All phases I to V), from 27 Sep./2005 up to 04 May./2006 (only 7 Months); and

• Certification of Ultra-Planna (145 Repair Station), IAW RBHA 145 for ULDs assemblies (All phases I to V);


So, the above results and below qualifications allowed me for following jobs: Directing (CTO), Managing, Auditing and Certifications of all types and sizes of Airlines, Repair Stations, Maintenance Logistics Supply/Support Systems (MLSS), as well as everything about Aeronautical Products. or any other non aeronautic machines/equipments and/or companies.

The Main Goals for the above mentioned jobs are: to improve the fleet availability and dispatchability, with the lower cost possible, in an airworthiness condition and safety operation. For MLSS other than the Aviation Industrie, such as Logistics or Oil & Gas companies, the availability improvement for the machines/equipments, buses, truks, ships, oil platforms, etc, is applicable too, cos their Management, Quality and Technical Systems are much less complex and regulated than the aviation ones.

The above Goals may be achieved as a Manager, Director (CTO), CEO or an Advisor.


Languages:

• Portuguese – Native Language;

• English – [Fluent and advanced] (Written, reading, listening and conversation); . • Spanish– [Fluent, advanced, intermediate] (reading, listening and conversation); and

• French – [Moderate] (Reading).


Courses:


International Training

• Reliability Analysis – Cranfield College of Aeronautics – Cranfield – England;

• Airworthiness Indoctrination (for General Aviation and Air Carrier – cod. 21909) – FAA Academy – OKC – USA;

• Nondestructive Inspection/Evaluation – FAA Academy – OKC – USA;

• Aircraft Structural Repair for Engineers – Part I – Flight Safety Boeing/ILA – São Paulo – Brazil;

• 49th CAA- UK Airworthiness Course – UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) – Brighton – England;

• Maintenance Familiarization of Czech GE/Walter Engines M601E Series – GE/Walter Engines – RJ – Brazil;

• Maintenance Familiarization (Engines and Airframe) of the Russian Mi 171-A1 helicopter – Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant – Ulan Ud – Russia;

• Maintenance Familiarization (Engines and Airframe) of the USA MD 900/902 helicopter– Mc Donell Douglas – Mesa – USA; and

• Aircraft Vibration Analysis and Control (DSS – Dynamic Solution Systems) – Helivia – Macaé – RJ – Brazil.


National Training

Maintenance: Engine G&E CF6-80 series (Varig), Aircraft Boeing B767 Series (Varig), Helicopter Eurocopter AS355/350 (Helibrás), Aircraft EMB-120 (Embraer), Helicopter Sikorsky S-76A (Líder); Aircraft LET L-410- UVP E20 (Team), Engine GE/Walter M601 Series (Team), Aircraft AirTractor AT-802A (Team) and Engine P&W PT6A-67AG (Team);

Operations: B-767 (Ground school) – Varig; and

Airworthiness and Manufactoring: PPCP (FGV-RJ); Administration of Medium and Small Companies (FGV-RJ); Quality Systems (ITA-SJC and FGV-RJ); Quality Auditor (IFI/CTA – SJC); Instructor Training – CPI (Brazilian CAA); Airworthiness Inspector (Brazilian CAA), PCRM – Personalized Corporate Research Management (HTC- Brazil – RJ), Brazilian CAA (ANAC) PCA - Categories A, B, C and D. Equivalent to the USA FAA DAR( Designate Airworthiness Representative ), Audities and Skills in Internal commercial and residential distribution networks for combustible gases (CREA-RJ), etc.


Software Training & Experience:


Software Language Training: MAPPER – (Unisys), FORTRAN (ITA), PASCAL (ITA);

Software Experience: Windows, word, Office, Internet, Access, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.


Seminars (National and Internationals):

• Demand x Capacity in Airports – (ITA Brazil Agency);

• Flight Safety – (Brazilian CAA/Federal Aviation Agency – FAA);

• Supplemental Type Certification – (Brazilian CAA/ANAC);

• Maintenance Review Board (MRB) – (Boeing B767/EMBRAER CBA–123/ EMBRAER EMB-145);

• Aging Aircrafts – (Boeing/Varig);

• Major Repair and Major Alterations - (Brazilian CAA);

• Civil Aviation Brazilian Congress (CONAC) – Brazilian CAA;

• Managing, Motivation and Leader ship – (Pronet of the Brazil);

• Sikorsky Regional S-76 Operators Conference – (Sikorsky) - RJ/Brazil;

• Supplemental Structural Inspection Document (SSID) and Repair Assessment Program Seminar (Boeing/Varig); and

• Off-shore Flight Safety Seminars – (Petrobrás/RJ – Brazil).


Rio de Janeiro (RJ-Brazil), April 21, 2019.


ARTHUR ACCAMPORA – ME, MAEITA, MCMRJ-EAA
  Mechanic Aeronautics Master Engineer
                                                                                                                                                                 CREA-SP Nº 222.179/D.

Turma de 1987

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