TETERBORO, N.J. / December 03, 2013 – Jet Aviation Teterboro received approval from the Federal
Aviation Authority (FAA) to perform base and line maintenance on Gulfstream G650 aircraft.
Jet Aviation’s Teterboro repair station is now authorized by the FAA to provide base, line, repair and
overhaul maintenance support to Gulfstream G650 aircraft. This authorization also extends to Jet
Aviation’s Cayman AMO, Bermuda AMO and EASA repair station authorities.
“We have made a significant investment in tooling, training and data to support the needs of our clients
moving to this new aircraft type,” said David Smith, director of quality assurance, MRO services. “We are
committed to meeting our customers’ maintenance requirements to ensure their safety and security. This
new authority validates our dedication and our continued investment in support of their growing needs.”
Jet Aviation Teterboro services all major business jet models and components and provides customers with
comprehensive services, including base maintenance, airframe and avionics, line maintenance, repair and
overhaul. It is an approved repair station by the FAA #JZBR710K, EASA #145.4588, Bermuda
#BDA/AMO/115 and the Cayman Islands #010-CAY-AMO-2008. In addition, the company has earned ISO
14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certifications. The company provides 24-hour AOG assistance
through its Jet Response mobile maintenance service which can be reached at 1-877-JET HELP.
Jet Aviation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), was founded in Switzerland in
1967 and is one of the leading business aviation services companies in the world. Close to 4,500
employees cater to client needs from more than 20 facilities throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and
North and South America. The company provides maintenance, completions and refurbishment,
engineering, FBO and fuel services, along with aircraft management, charter services, aircraft sales and
personnel services. Jet Aviation's European and U.S. aircraft management and charter divisions jointly
operate a fleet of more than 250 aircraft. Please visit www.jetaviation.com and follow us on twitter:
More information about General Dynamics is available online at www.generaldynamics.com.