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FAA approval for ExecuJet Malaysia

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FAA approval  for ExecuJet Malaysia  - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Malaysia Aircraft: Airplanes

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, has secured the official stamp of approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its MRO in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with the facility receiving Part 145 approval.

The approval recognises the MRO facility, based at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, as an authorised Repair Station – giving US-registered aircraft owners confidence that the facility upholds FAA-certified standards of aircraft maintenance. 

Ivan Lim, General Manager, ExecuJet Malaysia, says: “Achieving FAA Part 145 accreditation is testament to our quality system in the Kuala Lumpur facility, and adds to our existing list of approvals from the various National Airworthiness Authorities. With this pillar of American aviation behind us, we can further extend ExecuJet’s industry-leading maintenance capabilities to N-registered aircraft in the region.”

At 64,000 sq. ft, ExecuJet’s facility is the largest business aircraft MRO facility in Malaysia. It is also a Bombardier authorised service facility and a limited Gulfstream authorised warranty facility, as well as an authorised dealer and service centre for Honeywell APU and avionics, Rockwell Collins, Rolls-Royce (BR710) and General Electric (CF34) engine services, DAC International engine repair support and Satcom Direct.



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