Maintenance business takes off at Comlux America


Comlux America reports it has maintained a very busy schedule in 2016 with not only multiple VIP completions (an ACJ330, a BBJ and an SBJ), but also a steady stream of maintenance clients including three BBJs and one ACJ, with several more confirmed throughout 2016.

Comlux said it has had a very busy year as it has continued to ramp up its maintenance work on top of the already busy completions business. The beginning of 2016 included two BBJ projects, both for clients based in the USA, that involved several modifications and various maintenance and warranty inspections. The second and third quarter of 2016 brought an additional USA-based BBJ for some aircraft interior upgrades, as well as an A320 based in Asia for heavy scheduled inspections along with implementation of several service bulletins. The company has a full order book for MRO services in the third and fourth quarter of 2016.

The company was recognized as an approved warranty and service center by both Boeing Business Jets and Airbus Corporate Jets in 2015. “Boeing and Airbus clients have expressed the need for alternate VIP maintenance options in the industry that offer a full pedigree of in-house engineering and backshop fabrication capabilities for their ageing aircraft, with the capability as well to update obsolete systems during their scheduled maintenance events.

Comlux America offers the quality and customer service for all aircraft support these customers require,” said Scott Meyer, Comlux America’s CEO.

“With the continued success of the maintenance programs at Comlux America as well as the promise of repeat business from satisfied customers, we have consistently proven that we are not only one of the leading centers of VIP completions but we are also strongly positioned as a maintenance service provider.”

September 14, 2016

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