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Jet Aviation receives EASA Part-145 approval for the G650 in Hong Kong

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Country: Hong Kong Aircraft: Airplanes

Jet Aviation recently received EASA Part-145 approval for its MRO facility in Hong Kong, permitting the company to provide line maintenance to Gulfstream G650 aircraft.

Jet Aviation has recently been authorized by EASA to offer line maintenance support to Gulfstream G650 business jets in Hong Kong.

“We strive to anticipate our customers’ global requirements so we can meet market demand when and where it arises,” says Nigel Parker, managing director at Jet Aviation Hong Kong. “We already manage 14 G650s in EMEA and Asia, and the trend towards larger aircraft in the region is clear. This is an important approval for Gulfstream owners and operators who fly in the heart of Asia, and it further underscores our commitment to best practices and the highest standards.”

To meet growing demand in the region, Jet Aviation will expand its capacity in the region later this year with a new 4,000 square-meter MRO facility in Macau and a third 3,850 square-meter hangar in Singapore.

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