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Jet Aviation Basel signs parts consignment agreement with Custom Control Concepts

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

Jet Aviation Basel has recently signed a parts consignment agreement with Seattle-based Custom Control Concepts (CCC), a leading provider of custom in-flight entertainment equipment, lighting and cabin management systems (CMS) for VIP aircraft.

As an Authorized Service Center for Customer Control Concepts (CCC), Jet Aviation Basel regularly supports CCC equipment. This parts consignment agreement extends the companies collaboration to help reduce aircraft downtime and increase aircraft utilization.

“Maintaining an inventory of spare parts supports faster maintenance turnarounds, particularly in AOG circumstances.” says Arjen Boone, senior director of SCM and Strategic Business Development at the Jet Aviation Basel Maintenance Center. “It also helps customers take advantage of our comprehensive in-house capabilities, should they decide, for example, to combine maintenance with an IFE upgrade.”


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