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Jet Aviation Hong Kong Gains Approval to Perform Maintenance on Multiple Aircraft

Hong Kong - Jet Aviation Hong Kong recently received approval from the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (CAD) to perform line maintenance on Dassault Falcon 2000EX EASy/LX aircraft. In addition, the company received EASA 145 approval for line and base maintenance on the Global Express Bombardier BD700 series, the Bombardier Challenger 601 series, the Gulfstream G-V SP series and Dassault Falcon F7x, F900EX EASY and F2000EX EASy aircraft.

With these approvals, Jet Aviation Hong Kong is now authorized to provide full line maintenance support to Hong Kong-registered Falcon 2000EX EASy, 2000DX and 2000LX aircraft. The EASA 145 approval permits the company to offer line and base maintenance services to aircraft owners and operators of European-registered Dassault Falcon F7x, F900EX EASY and F2000EX EASy aircraft, Bombardier's Global Express BD700 and Challenger 601 series and Gulfstream's G-V SP series.

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"We are committed to meeting the needs of our customers," says Nigel Parker, managing director at Jet Aviation Hong Kong. "These additional services provide substantial benefit to our growing customer base in Asia and to all Jet Aviation customers within our global network who travel in the region."

Jet Aviation Hong Kong became a fully authorized Dassault Falcon Line Service Center earlier this year and is the company's closest base outside of mainland China where maintenance services can be performed. The company also operates an aircraft management and charter operation in Hong Kong and currently has 18 aircraft in its Asian management fleet.

Source : Jet Aviation

Published on ASDNews: Oct 14, 2011

 

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