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ExecuJet enhances maintenance support in the Middle East and India

Posted 31 May 2016 · Add Comment

ExecuJet Middle East is extending maintenance capabilities at its Line Station, located at Al Maktoum International (DWC), Dubai South and at its recently established India MRO facility, located at Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi.

ExecuJet’s Line Station at DWC is now manned 12 hours a day, seven days a week, providing full line maintenance with essential tooling and ground support equipment to cater for a range of different aircraft types including Bombardier, Embraer and Hawker aircraft types. The main Dubai International Airport based MRO facility has been awarded Best Overall Maintenance Facility two years in a row and best International Maintenance Facility for the fifth consecutive year in 2015 by Bombardier.

The company’s expansion into India earlier this year, with a new FBO and MRO facility, has also achieved initial line and base maintenance capabilities. The DGCA 145 approval authorises ExecuJet’s Delhi facility to carry out and certify maintenance of Cessna Citation 560 XL/XLS, Gulfstream G-IV, Gulfstream G200 and Hawker 7/8/9 Series aircraft.

Nick Weber, maintenance director, ExecuJet Middle East, said: “We are delighted to be extending our maintenance and support capabilities in the Middle East and India. ExecuJet is committed to providing class-leading customer service worldwide so enhancing our service capabilities is paramount. As well as a large range of aircraft types, our Dubai facility is also approved by Rolls Royce, GE, Honeywell and Rockwell Collins. We look forward to gaining approval to support these products at our Delhi facility in the near future.

“The teams at these facilities, and indeed, worldwide, work extremely hard to ensure the ExecuJet brand remains a sign of safety and service excellence; these recent enhancements are testament to that.”

 

 

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