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ExecuJet becomes first Williams International approved maintenance facility in Africa

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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ExecuJet Africa  announced an agreement with Williams International, the world leader in the development and manufacture of gas turbine engines, which seals ExecuJet Africa’s maintenance facility as a Williams-approved service station for its FJ44-2A and FJ44-3AP engine models, also making ExecuJet Africa the first facility on the continent authorised to support FJ44-3AP engines.

Shane Hayward, general manager commercial, ExecuJet Maintenance Pty Ltd, says, “We are very proud to announce this agreement to become an approved Williams service station on the Williams FJ44-2A and FJ44-3AP engine models. We are delighted to be able to support warranty actions and subscribers to the Williams TAP maintenance programs.

“Our agreement with Williams International follows a series of successful maintenance ventures for the ExecuJet Africa team over the last 12 months. Becoming the first facility authorised by Williams to support the FJ44-3AP engines is a testament to the high level of service and operations that our maintenance team provides.”

ExecuJet Africa consistently demonstrates the highest level of commitment to aviation safety and quality at its facilities worldwide. ExecuJet’s Africa facilities have maintained International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) certification for many years and the company is the first in Africa to achieve International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) accreditation. ExecuJet Africa is also a Wyvern Wingman member.

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