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ABS Jets receives approval for base maintenance on Phenom 300

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Tatjana Obrazcova

ABS Jets has announced that it has received approval from Embraer and the Czech Republic CAA to perform base maintenance on the Phenom 300.

This means that ABS Jets is now approved to maintain all types of Embraer Phenom aircraft. The increased capability further underlines ABS Jets' status as an Embraer approved service centre and consolidates their commitment to offer the best and closest customer support.

Aircraft maintenance services are a vital part of ABS Jets' business activities. The company's highly efficient maintenance services are handled by a team of technicians with internationally recognized qualifications, adhering to manufacturers' and regulatory requirements. As an Embraer approved service centre and operator of Embraer aircraft, ABS Jets has been able to efficiently integrate the maintenance requirements of the Phenom 300. The 300's ease-of-maintenance and long intervals between services complement the maintenance requirements of the other Embraer aircraft that ABS Jets currently maintains.

Vladimir Petak, ceo of ABS Jets, says: “Our maintenance center facilities are the most state-of-the-art so I am delighted that we have the approval of Embraer and the Czech CAA to work on the Phenom 300. We are an authorized Embraer Executive Jets service centre for all types of their aircraft and more than half of our fleet are Embraer aircraft, so we have in-depth knowledge and experience of the Phenom 300. I am very pleased that we are now able to maintain all types of Phenom aircraft.”

Thierry Barré, technical director at ABS Jets, added “We have been working hard to ensure we have the best facilities possible to maintain the Phenom 300. It is a great achievement to see our work rewarded by the approval to maintain the aircraft. The popularity of this aircraft in Europe means that there is a great demand for maintenance facilities and therefore I am sure we will be very busy. I look forward to working closely with Phenom 300 operators and owners.”

?ABS Jets Aircraft Maintenance Services play an important role in ABS Jets' business activities. ABS Jets´ Service Center is approved to perform maintenance for aircraft registered in EASA countries, as well as Russia (RA), Aruba (P4), The United Arab Emirates (A6), The Isle of Man (M), Ukraine (UR), Turkey (TC) and Kazakhstan (UP). ABS Jets provides dedicated daily maintenance support (Line Maintenance and AOG recovery), as well as more complex technical and repair services (Base Maintenance) for its managed aircraft and all external customers. ABS Jets became an EASC (Embraer Approved Service Centre) for Base Maintenance of specific types of civilian aircraft i n 2007.



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