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Metrojet Engineering Clark receives Qatar approval

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Krista Kuznecova
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Hong Kong-based Metrojet Limited (www.metrojet.com), a business aviation service provider based in Hong Kong with presence throughout Asia Pacific, is pleased to announce that its Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) in The Philippines – Metrojet Engineering Clark – has recently received approval from the Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA) as an Approved Maintenance Organisation for Qatar controlled aircraft/ aircraft components.

“Metrojet Engineering Clark sees the demand to support the growth of A7-registered aircraft in the Asia Pacific region,” Mr. Wesley Slate, General Manager of Metrojet Clark MRO commented.  “Our team of internationally experienced staff delivers the highest quality services at the most competitive prices in the region to meet the expectations of customers and develop Metrojet Engineering Clark to be the MRO of choice in Asia Pacific.” 

This latest QCAA approval is added to the already established approvals from the Philippines CAAP, the United States FAA and the Cayman Islands CAA.

Established in 1995, Metrojet pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong and remains one of the most renowned safety and customer-focussed business jet operators and maintenance providers in Asia Pacific.  The company provides all-inclusive aircraft management, maintenance and aviation consultancy services.

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