Excellence Aviation to offer maintenance for Bombardier types at London Oxford

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Left to right: Colin Solley, founder and managing director of Excellence Aviation, and Mike Smith, partner, Excellence Aviation, at London Oxford Airport.

Excellence Aviation has opened a facility at London Oxford Airport in the UK having obtained EASA 145 approval to commence maintenance work there on European-registered Bombardier Challenger and Global Express aircraft.

The business, founded 15 years ago, is able to support Challenger 601, 604, 605 and 850 models at London Oxford. Additionally, Excellence has been working on Global Express classic, Global Express XRS and Global Vision since 2000 and has also been certificated to support the Global Express/XRS and G6000VFD at London Oxford.

Excellence Aviation will cover small scheduled maintenance tasks including defect rectifications. It will order parts for customers and will hold and keep up maintenance records and carry out service bulletins and airworthiness directives as and when required. Completion and pre-buy oversights are offered on request.

Excellence will also take care of all parts ordering and shipping to support defects and routine maintenance, ADs and Service Bulletins for customers, for whom it can also provide a technical records service.

With the set up in Oxford, Excellence is adding two certifying engineers, a mechanic and one administrative role to the team.

London Oxford Airport is Excellence Aviation’s third base after Farnborough Airport and London Luton Airport.

November 5, 2015

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