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FAA approval grated to Aviation Concepts Technical Services

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FAA approval grated to Aviation Concepts Technical Services - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: Philippines Aircraft: Airplanes

Philippines based Aviation Concepts Technical Services, Inc. (ACTSI) is pleased to announce of recently received Repair Station Certificate approval from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide Maintenance Repair & Overhaul (MRO) services.  With the recognition from the FAA, we are capable to provide 1A/1C checks for Gulfstream aircraft, including G450/G550/G650 & G650ER.  

We will be expanding our capabilities up to 4A/4C in the 2nd Quarter along with the coverage for Gulfstream G280 in the 3rd Quarter in the year of 2020. 

“Our professional maintenance team members based in Subic Bay are dedicated to providing the best services and immediate solutions to the clients in the region.” James Hill, Chief Operating Officer. 

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

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



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