Jet Aviation Geneva receives four new repair station approvals

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Jet Aviation Geneva of Switzerland has received repair station approvals for Canada, Azerbaijan, San Marino and Guernsey, authorizing the company to provide full maintenance services to aircraft registered in those places.

“We are pleased to expand our service offerings to owners and operators of aircraft registered in San Marino, Guernsey, Azerbaijan and Canada,” said Cyril Martiniere, managing director of Jet Aviation Geneva. “These approvals validate our commitment to the highest standards and we look forward to welcoming and supporting these aircraft.”

Jet Aviation Geneva was founded in 1969 and offers maintenance, refurbishment and FBO services. The company provides complete maintenance, repair and avionics support to private and corporate operators. As a manufacturer’s authorized warranty service center, Jet Aviation Geneva specializes in base maintenance for Gulfstream IV, V, 200, 300, 350, 400, 450, 500, 550 and 650 aircraft; the Bombardier Global Express series, including the G6000 version; and BBJ aircraft. In addition, the location holds authorization to perform maintenance on Hawker 750, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP aircraft. The facility is an EASA #CH.145.0210 and FAA #CD5Y775M approved repair station and also holds approvals for Aruba, Bermuda, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Cayman, Cameroun, Mauritius, San Marino, Guernsey, Azerbaijan and Canada.

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