More maintenance approvals for Jet Aviation’s facilities in Asia


The civil aviation authorities of Singapore (CAAS), Malaysia (DCA) and Taiwan (CAA) have granted approvals that enable Jet Aviation MRO facilities in Asia to provide line and base maintenance for G650, B737 and ACJ319/20/21 aircraft registered in Singapore, G650s registered in Malaysia, and G550/G650 aircraft registered in Taiwan.

“There is a lot of business aviation activity in Asia, particularly by large, long-range aircraft, and extending these approvals to all of our sites in Asia will greatly benefit our customers in the region,” said John Riggir, vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation’s MRO and FBO facility in Singapore.

“Our maintenance facility in Singapore will remain our major Asia-Pacific service hub, supporting heavy maintenance and large refurbishment projects, while our facilities in Hong Kong and soon in Macau will provide immediate access to necessary maintenance services near the region’s largest market in China.”

Pending government approval, a new MRO in Macau is set to open in 2017. A third hangar should be completed at Seletar Aerospace Park in November 2017.

April 18, 2017

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