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Deer Jet Repair Certificate and Protection Plans to Benefit Users

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: China Aircraft: Airplanes

Deer Jet has accomplished FAA annual tests on continuous updated maintenance procedures and regulations, gaining the company a FAA repair station approval. The certificate makes of the company one of only 45 Part 145 repair stations registered in Mainland China authorized to perform maintenance on U.S.-registered aircraft (N-number).

As the largest business aviation company in Asia, Deer Jet has built one of the most comprehensive supply chains and extensive service networks for private jet owners to enjoy world-class solutions. The company’s maintenance facilities are located in main business hubs including Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong. 

Deer Jet has signed many agreements with main manufacturers and jet maintenance solution firms, and established service and repair centres including Dassault Falcon, Tronair and Honeywell APU. Also, the company’s AOG centres can perform maintenance and repair works on a diversity of aircraft types and are authorized distributors of original parts.

Deer Jet’s success in winning maintenance and service contracts from renowned manufacturers comes from its state-of-the-art maintenance facilities and highly trained personnel, able to provide 24/7 support to the ever growing volume of traffic of private jets coming to China. 

Deer Jet’s FAA Repair Station Certificate

Furthermore, Deer Jet’s experience as operator of Gulfstream, Dassault Falcon, Bombardier, Hawker Beechcraft, Boeing and Airbus among other aircraft types gives the company unmatched know-how that greatly benefit aircraft owners subscribed to its aircraft management plans.  

Deer Jet’s engineer performing maintenance works at the company’s repair station

According to the company, it has developed a large network of well-equipped facilities with a CNY 150 million worth spare part inventory and part localization software to assure customers enjoy best ground handling services. Furthermore, its repair centres are serviced by more than 300 highly qualified engineers holding CAAC and FAA certificates. 

Deer Jet’s FBO and Maintenance Network, the largest in China

Along its 23 years of operations, Deer Jet has continuously contributed to the development of the Chinese and global business aviation industry, benefiting customers and partners with the introduction of latest technologies and innovative solutions. The company has also been awarded in many occasions for its outstanding safety records, accumulating over 260,000 hours of accident-free operations.

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China, Shanghai, No.99, Yingbin Seven Road Hongqiao International Airport Shanghai 200335 CHINA.


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