Two heavy maintenance projects completed at Jet Flight Service


Jet Flight Service, a service centre based in Riga, Latvia, recently completed two projects – an Embraer Legacy 600 192-month/16-year inspection for a Russian operator, and a Gulfstream G450 96-month /8-year inspection for a European operator. The company noted that “ultra-heavy” maintenance checks such as these require lots of planning to reduce downtime, especially during a pandemic.

“Jet Flight Service provides a complete package of aircraft maintenance services for our clients around the world,” said Kirill Trushkovskiy, CEO of the company. “We are pleased to announce that even in the COVID-19 pandemic we can provide and guarantee top-quality aircraft maintenance services at affordable cost, making it easier for our valued clients. Our team of professional experts is focused on the perfect solution for all challenges that come their way and always delivers the best.”

As well as the Riga centre, the company has its headquarters in Moscow, Russia, and also provides line maintenance in Bangkok, Thailand. The Riga centre is based in a modern hangar at Riga Airport, with facilities including wheel, composite, battery and paint shops.

Jet Flight Service is an authorised service provider for Embraer Legacy 450 and 500 (Praetor 500 and 600), and Legacy 600 and 650 types, and also specialises in services for the Gulfstream G200, G450, G550 and G650. The company is also an authorised dealer for Honeywell and Rockwell Collins products.

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