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Haeco Private Jet Solutions receives Airbus Corporate Jet Service Centre status

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

Haeco Private Jet Solutions has achieved status as an Airbus Corporate Jet Service Centre, becoming the latest company to join the organisation. In 2011, it became the first private jet cabin completion centre in Asia Pacific to receive approval from Airbus to become an approved cabin completion centre.

In addition to a range of retrofit and modification programmes, Haeco has successfully performed three green Airbus ACJ319 VIP completions. It provides turnkey solutions encompassing industrial design, design engineering, specialised cabin support shops, certification, cabin completion and after-sales support. Together with its office in San Antonio, USA, Haeco can provide certification services covering the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department, Civil Aviation Administration of China, European Aviation Safety Agency and Federal Aviation Administration.

Summit Chan, chief executive of Haeco Xiamen, said: “We are delighted to see further collaboration with Airbus through the ACJ Service Centre Network. The co-operation benefits end customers with Airbus quality standards as well as our operational excellence and technical expertise backed by the resources of a leading maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) group, enabling us to deliver turnkey solutions and dedicated support for private jets.”



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