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FAA awards Jet Aviation Singapore approval for Gulfstream G280

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Singapore Aircraft: Airplanes

Jet Aviation Singapore has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to maintain the Gulfstream G280 business aircraft. The company also obtained approval from the Thai civil aviation authority to add the G280 to its certificate.

As a factory authorised service centre and warranty repair facility for the Gulfstream series, the company is now able to support G280 aircraft in the region.

John Riggir, vice-president and general manager of the MRO and FBO facility, said: “Our goal is provide comprehensive, quality services within geographic proximity to demand so it will not be necessary for local aircraft owners and operators to fly their aircraft long distances in order to be serviced.”

“We are confident that this certification capability here at Jet Aviation Singapore will significantly raise the profile of the G280 aircraft in the region and we fully intend to add more country approvals as demand for support of this aircraft develops,” Riggir added.



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