ExecuJet Malaysia is celebrating approval as a Part 145 maintenance facility by aviation authorities in Bermuda and Hong Kong. The facility is based at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport, Kuala Lumpur.
The approval from the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation covers base and line maintenance activities on Bombardier Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and 700 Series aircraft, as well as the Challenger 300 and Gulfstream G200.
The Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department approval covers Bombardier Challenger 604 and Global Express BD 700 Series aircraft.
Graeme Duckworth, ExecuJet Asia Managing Director, says: “We are delighted to receive Part 145 approvals from Hong Kong and Bermuda, to add to our national airworthiness authority approvals from across the globe.”
ExecuJet Malaysia received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval as a Part 145 maintenance facility in February 2014.
ExecuJet Malaysia is a Bombardier Authorised Service Facility and a limited Gulfstream Authorised Warranty Facility and also provides maintenance support for Bombardier Challenger 600, Learjet 60 and Gulfstream G200, GIV and GV aircraft.
ExecuJet Malaysia’s maintenance services include 24-hour line and base maintenance activities and regional mobile repair services for aircraft requiring support away from the main facility. The business also offers full aircraft management, maintenance management and charter services.
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