Jet Aviation Geneva approved to service Gulfstream, Bombardier aircraft in India

  • 17-Jul-2015 11:39 EDT
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Jet Aviation Geneva will provide base maintenance services to Indian-registered Gulfstream and Bombardier aircraft.

Jet Aviation Geneva recently received CAR-145 approval from the Director General Civil Aviation (DGCA) in India to provide base maintenance services to Indian-registered Gulfstream and Bombardier aircraft. The regulatory approval for Indian-registered aircraft extends to Gulfstream IV/V/200/300/350/400/450/500/550/650 and the Bombardier Global Express series. Jet Aviation Geneva provides complete maintenance, repair, and avionics support to private and corporate operators.

“As home to a number of major multinationals, including the United Nations European headquarters, long-range business jets are regularly flying into Geneva,” said Cyril Martiniere, Managing Director and Accountable Manager at Jet Aviation Geneva. “This is a significant service expansion for Indian-registered Gulfstream and Global Express series aircraft, and we look forward to welcoming these customers to our facility.”

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