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Boost for JETS MRO as Dassault extends authorised service centre approval

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Boost for JETS MRO as Dassault extends authorised service centre approval - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: United Kingdom Aircraft: Airplanes

JETS Biggin Hill has gained a new five-year extension approval as a Dassault authorised service centre for the Falcon 900 and 2000 business jets series.The company is currently expanding their maintenance capability.

Growing market demand for minimum down-time for hard-working business jet aircraft has also enabled JETS to introduce a seven-day a week, 12 hours per day shift pattern for the engineering department.  This will provide for customers a full maintenance service from 7am to 7pm during 364 days of the year.

The company is introducing a dedicated AOG / Line maintenance support unit.  Equipped with a fully equipped response vehicle, JETS can now provide maintenance at short notice and around the clock. The AOG service is not only available within UK and throughout Europe, but the team can reach customers in the Middle East to return an aircraft to immediate service or arrange a ferry to a maintenance base.

“British aeronautical engineers provide a stamp of quality and JETS is now moving into a strong position to meet customer expectations with satisfaction.”

Paula Hutchison, general manager at JETS, added: “British aeronautical engineers provide a stamp of quality and JETS is now moving into a strong position to meet customer expectations with satisfaction.  As a company, we welcome the extension of airport operating hours recently agreed for Biggin Hill and anticipate that this situation will, in turn,  help to further build new business and create new jobs opportunities.”

As well as approval for Dassault aircraft, JETS holds maintenance approvals for Bombardier, Cessna, Hawker and Dornier aircraft.



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