Metrojet has appointed Steve Hughes as Director
of Maintenance and Engineering (DME).
Mr. Hughes will oversee all
aspects of Metrojetís maintenance operations, including CAMO DME
and Part 145 Repair Station Accountable Manager responsibilities.
He has 29 years of experience in the aviation industry,
of which 22 years have been in the business aviation industry.
Mr. Hughes started his career in the UK Royal
Air Force Tornado squadrons, followed by experience in a variety
of fields within business aviation, including a Maintenance
Manager role with Jet Aviation Saudi Arabia in Jeddah for three
He spent the last ten years with NetJets Europe, and
assumed the role of Director of Maintenance and Engineering in
2002. He was instrumental in defining and growing the European
company maintenance structure to support over 170 aircrafts,
including the introduction of Part M and Sub Part I.
Mr. Hughes retains currency for his B1 EASA and FAA A&P
licenses, and with these, has been able to extend his experience across different aircraft types, including varieties of Citations,
Hawkers, Falcons, Gulfstreams, Bombardiers, BAe 146ís and Boeing
B757s and B767s, and has earned high regard from within the business
"I am extremely excited to be moving to
Asia to join the Metrojet family; eagerly look forward to
participating in the expansion and growth of the Metrojet
business, and developing all aspects of the maintenance support
needed within the Asia Pacific region," said Mr. Hughes.
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