ExecuJet Aviation Group is expanding its international
and local business presence in Asia Pacific with the opening of aircraft
maintenance facilities in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as well as in Melbourne
and Brisbane, Australia.
ExecuJet has entered into an agreement
with a local aviation company for the provision of hangar and
maintenance facilities with a number of technicians operating from its
newly established base at Subang Airport, Kuala Lumpur.
In December 2008
ExecuJet Australia was awarded rights to establish a Bombardier Authorised Service Facility for South East Asia, in Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia. Maintenance services for the Malaysian and surrounding
regional based customers include heavy level aircraft maintenance,
mobile repair party support and maintenance control.
new state of the art, fully independent and approved hangar facility at
Essendon Airport, Melbourne can accommodate two aircraft up to
Bombardier Global Express or Gulfstream 550 size, together with four mid
Maintenance support covers most wide-bodied aircraft and
medium range aircraft including Global Express, Gulfstream, Challengers,
Citations and Hawkers.
Support services include aircraft movements,
maintenance ranging from turn around service requirements to heavy
maintenance such as gear restorations on wide-body aircraft and Phase 5
inspections on Citations.
The facility is professionally staffed with a
number of licensed and certified engineers that are available to render
support as and when required.
In addition, ExecuJet’s Melbourne
maintenance facility has the capacity to support Turboprop aircraft
owing to ExecuJet’s affiliation with engine manufacturers such as
Honeywell for the TPE 331 powered aircraft and Pratt & Whitney Canada
for the PT6 powered aircraft.
With many turboprop aircraft in the local
market, ExecuJet is well placed to provide aircraft owners and operators
with quality maintenance and OEM support. A comprehensively equipped FBO
is envisaged for ExecuJet’s Essendon location in the near future due to
customer demand for onsite offices, lounges and crew facilities.
Work on the new Brisbane maintenance and FBO facility has commenced and
is due for completion in September 2009. The facility will predominantly
cater for aircraft management and maintenance requirements and as with
Melbourne will have the capacity to support warranty repair work on the
entire Bombardier family of business aircraft, namely the Global,
Challenger and Learjet series.
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