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EBACE: JSSI and Royal Jet agree service centre deal

Posted 23 May 2017 · Add Comment

lndependent maintenance programme provider Jet Support Services. (JSSI), and Abu Dhabi-based Royal Jet, have agreed to develop a maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO) service centre agreement.


The deal was signed at the EBACE event in Geneva.
“Working with the experienced maintenance team at Royal Jet is an outstanding opportunity that supports our continued growth plans for the Middle East,” said Neil Book, president, and CEO of JSSI. “Royal Jet is the gold standard for providing their clientele with world-class service and a world-class experience. We look forward to expanding our business relationship,” added Book.
Rob DiCastri, Royal Jet’s president and CEO, said, “One of our key focuses at Royal Jet in 2017/18 is smart growth through the leveraging of our current capabilities. This expansion of our relationship with JSSI is therefore an ideal fit. Our technical team performs a great deal of MRO for our own fleet of Boeing, Bombardier and Gulfstream business jets, but we have the capacity to do more, and look forward to supporting the growing number of JSSI clients with exceptional service.”
JSSI maintenance programmes cover virtually all business jets, turboprops, and helicopters in operation in addition to commercial aircraft.
 

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