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Aviation Concepts Technical Services achieves 4A/4C Check on Gulfstream Fleet

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Aviation Concepts Technical Services achieves 4A/4C Check on Gulfstream Fleet - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Philippines Aircraft: Airplanes

Philippines based Aviation Concepts Technical Services announced recently upgraded 4A/4C capability from Federal Aviation Administration following the preliminary 1A/1C approval received in the middle of March. With a strong and experienced Gulfstream team, the ACTSI MRO is now capable to provide maintenance services for Gulfstream G450, G550, G650 & G650ER. ACTSI added the Gulfstream G280 at the 1A/1C level.

ACTSI has also completed the process of matching the FAA Approvals to Bermuda and Cayman Aviation Authorities, increasing our support for those registered aircraft.

“I am extremely proud of our team who have maintained their focus during this challenging time, and worked so hard to expand those capabilities.   We managed to work collaboratively with not only the U.S. FAA Inspectors remotely but also the Cayman and the Bermuda Inspectors.  Our international team will continue to provide those quality services to our clients and maintain their aircraft as the valuable assets they are,” commented Mr. James Hill, Chief Operating Officer of ACTSI.

ACTSI, a newly refurbished facility for aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services recently opened at the Subic Bay International Airport (SBIA), with the goal of transforming the former US Navy base into a 24/7 hub for business aviation in the Asia Pacific.  

Located within an 18,000 square-meter hangar, ACTSI is set to become a premier parking and MRO service provider for business jets within the region which can easily match OEM and client expectations.



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