Jet Aviation has once again expanded its base and line maintenance service offerings at its Moscow facility. The site can now service Challenger CL300 and Gulfstream G200 aircraft under the company's EASA 145 maintenance approval.
Photo courtesy: Jet Aviation -- Expanded Vnukovo site
The Moscow Vnukovo facility has continuously expanded service offerings since it became a legal Russian entity this past May. The site performs maintenance services under its own EASA #145.0472 approval and its recently received, Cayman CAA maintenance approval.
Jet Aviation is the first global business aviation maintenance company to have entered the Russian market, when it opened an operation at Moscow's Vnukovo airport in November of 2007. Today, the company remains the only MRO provider to serve the business aviation community in the greater Moscow area. Since 2009 it has expanded its offerings to include 24/7 line maintenance and AOG support as well as provides services to Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo and other Russian airports.
Jet Aviation's President, Peter G. Edwards, staged, "It was the right decision for Jet Aviation to enter the Russian market in 2007. We are committed to supporting the growth of the business aviation community in Russia, along with our international clients who regularly fly to and from Moscow and as well the OEMs.”