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Jet Aviation receives GCAA approvals for Gulfstream G550 / G650 aircraft in Dubai

Posted 12 December 2016 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation has secured approvals from the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in the United Arab Emirates for Gulfstream G550 and G650 aircraft at its maintenance centre in Dubai.

Jet Aviation’s MRO facility in Dubai is a factory authorised service center for Gulfstream G450, G550 and G650 aircraft. With these new approvals, it is currently the only maintenance center in the Middle East to fully support Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation’s full line-up of large cabin business jets.

“Our goal is to maintain the highest business aviation standards, which these approvals demonstrate, and we also strive to differentiate our service by anticipating our customers’ needs,” says Hardy Butschi, vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation Dubai. “Gulfstream G550 and G650 aircraft were recently delivered to existing Jet Aviation clients in the region, and we sought these approvals to ensure that we could meet their expanding service requirements.”

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