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JETS appointed authorised service centre for Dassault Aviation

Posted 12 September 2013 · Add Comment

JETS, a business aviation maintenance and technical support organisation has announced it has become an authorised service centre for Dassault Aviation.

The agreement endorses the company to undertake line maintenance on the Falcon 900 and 2000 at its expanding London Biggin Hill MRO facility and play an important part in the company's European network support.   

"We are delighted to be formally recognised by Dassault with this sound endorsement for our work," commented JETS group managing director Alan Barnes. "These aircraft are regular visitors to Biggin, coming in from destinations like Russia and, Germany and having an ASC on site, coupled with the growing popularity of Biggin as a UK arrival point, is good news for operators and private owners of Falcon jets all over the world."  

JETS acquired the MRO business from Jet Aviation late last year and it is steadily building up the business, which includes handling private aircraft visitors through its FBO lounge and crew rooms.  The company employs around 30 licensed B1 and B2 engineers at Biggin, and is actively recruiting for more, complementing its MRO activity at Bournemouth Airport. 

The acquisition of the Biggin Hill facility has enabled JETS to significantly bolster its maintenance capability to embrace Falcon 900 Classic, 900B, 900C, 900Ex, 900Ex EASy,2000Ex 2000ExEasy Cessna Citation 525, 550 and 560 aircraft, as well as existing capability on the Bombardier Challenger 300,  601, 604, 605 Learjet 45, Dornier 328, Hawker 125 Series, Hawker 700 800 800XP, 850XP, 900XP and 1000 jets. 

 

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