ExecuJet Malaysia signs Joint Venture with Dnest Aviation

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ExecuJet Malaysia has confirmed that it will embark on a new joint venture with Dnest Aviation at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport (Subang).

The joint venture will initially focus on business aircraft MRO services for the region and will service Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft, with other aircraft types to be included in the near future.

ExecuJet Malaysia was recently appointed by Bombardier as a line/ AOG authorised service facility and ExecuJet currently has a part 145 maintenance rating in Malaysia.

The MRO business will operate from the Dnest facility at Subang Airport and will offer Mobile Repair party support throughout S.E. Asia

ExecuJet will conesquently be terminating its involvement in the Skypark FBO business as of 31 October 2010 and will be focusing on its new joint venture signed with Captain Earnest, the owner and CEO of Dnest Aviation.

ExecuJet recently appointed Nick Fourie as General Manager Malaysia who is currently working with a team of seven from the companys facility in Kuala Lumpur.

A lot is changing for ExecuJet in Malaysia at the moment but we are really excited as to the prospects of this new joint venture. Focusing on our MRO activity in the region is currently our priority and we are pleased to have Dnests support for this, said Nick.

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