Jet Aviation St. Louis Named GE Authorized Service Center

Jet Aviation St. Louis has been named an authorized service center for GE's CF34-3 engine, which powers the Bombardier Challenger series. Jet Aviation St. Louis is FAA- and OEM-authorized to support Bombardier Challenger aircraft.

With the GE authorization, Jet Aviation St. Louis is approved to perform line maintenance inspections; routine installed engine maintenance including removal and replacement of engine components; removal and replacement of engines; and removal and reinstallation of external engine components. This designation also allows Jet Aviation St. Louis to provide warranty support and facilitates access to both GE parts and technical support.

"We serviced more than 110 Bombardier Challenger aircraft in 2011," said Skip Madsen, vice president MRO operations for Jet Aviation St. Louis. "This additional approval allows us to provide those operators with an even greater range of support from nose to tail, paint to power."

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"GE Aviation is proud to add Jet Aviation St. Louis to our growing list of Authorized Service Centers for CF34 engines for business aircraft," said Brad Mottier, vice president and general manager of GE Aviation's Business & General Aviation organization. "Jet Aviation St. Louis is well known and respected in the business aviation industry, and their customers will now be able to receive full service support on their Challenger aircraft."

Source: GE Aviation
Date: Mar 19, 2012