NEWPORT NEWS, Va., June 30, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Orion Air Group Holdings, LLC, through their subsidiary Tempus Jet Centers has been awarded a Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 145 Repair Station Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) (Certificate Number 2TPR844B).
The certificate was issued to the Tempus Jet Centers, Newport News facility located at the Newport News - Williamsburg International Airport (KPHF) on May 4, 2011.
The new Repair Station Certificate will allow Tempus Jet Centers to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, repairs, and alterations on a number of aircraft models that are well represented within the Tempus Jets and Orion Air Group Fleet.
Approved aircraft models are: Bombardier Global Express; Gulfstream, GII, GIII, GIV & GV; Pilatus PC-12/45 & /47 and the Learjet 31.
Orion Air Group, LLC recently completed the construction of a 40,000 sq ft state-of-the-art hangar and office complex which includes 20,000 sq ft devoted to the Tempus Jet Center's 145 Maintenance Repair Station.
"We are extremely excited about our latest achievements," says Scott Terry, CEO of Orion Air Group and Tempus Jets. "This certification will allow us to expand our product offering to private clients as well as our government customer base, particularly in the form of heavy inspections and special mission modifications."
About Orion Air Group Holdings
Orion Air Group Holdings, LLC provides a comprehensive range of aviation services for commercial and government clients in the United States and abroad. Orion's range of business activities include the sales/acquisition, management, maintenance and operation of business aircraft. Additionally, the company is involved with fuel and CO2 trading, flight planning, and international handling services.
Orion Air Group is headquartered in Newport News, Virginia with offices in multiple locations within the United States, Europe, and Africa. For more information on Orion Air Group, LLC visit http://www.orionairgroup.com.
SOURCE Orion Air Group Holdings, LLC
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