Jet Aviation Hong Kong approved to certify Canadian-registered aircraft


Jet Aviation Hong Kong has been approved via a master service agreement (MSA) between Transport Canada and the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department to certify Canadian registered aircraft in Hong Kong.

Jet Aviation Hong Kong can now support and certify Canadian-registered Gulfstream G650/G550/G450, Bombardier Challenger 604/605 and Global Express aircraft, as well as the Dassault Falcon 7X, through its Hong Kong CAD repair station approval.

“Business aviation is a logistical solution for business executives who travel the world,” said Nigel Parker, managing director at the Jet Aviation Hong Kong maintenance facility. “Our goal as service providers is to support them across borders through a network of locations where it makes sense or where there is demand and our customers gain value.”

Jet Aviation Hong Kong offers line maintenance, inspections and defect rectifications, as well as AOG support, and has access to a 99,027ft² hangar. The company holds Hong Kong CAD maintenance repair station approval and an FAA repair station certificate #6JAY388B, and mainland China JMM approval for PRC-registered aircraft.

In addition, it services aircraft registered in 12 other countries through Jet Aviation’s maintenance approvals in Singapore, which include EASA #145.0461, Aruba DCA, Australian CASA, Bermuda DCA, Cayman CAA, India DGCA, Indonesia DGAC, Macao MAR-145, Malaysia DCA, Philippines ATO, Singapore CAAS and Thailand DOA. Jet Aviation also has a 24/7 aircraft management and charter operation in Hong Kong, and currently has 31 aircraft in its Asian management fleet.

March 24, 2016

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