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Farnborough: FAS signs deal for new Dubai completions centre support

Posted 16 July 2014 · Add Comment

Abu Dhabi's Falcon Aviation Services (FAS) has signed an MoU with Boeing subsidiary CDG, to provide EASA Part 21J engineering and supplemental technical documentation services for Falcon's new VIP Completion Center at Dubai World Central.


Falcon will be building the region’s first VVIP aircraft completion centre at the Dubai aerotropolis. The new facility begins construction soon and will be completed by mid 2015.
“Falcon recognises the need to collaborate with CDG for the upcoming phase of this important project,” said HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan CEO of FAS. “We believe both our companies will benefit from this business relationship, while sharing experience and know-how that will directly benefit our customers. The level of quality and reliability that results in working directly with CDG and leveraging their experience and knowledge of OEM technical data will allow us to achieve our objective of delivering excellence in VIP completions.’’
Sources in FAS say that the two companies are currently in negotiations to define a broader master services agreement.

 

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