ExecuJet expands India and Middle East maintenance facilities

ExecuJet expands India and Middle East maintenance facilities

ExecuJet Middle East announced on 20 June 2016 that it would be expanding its maintenance facilities in the Middle East and India. Terry Spruce’s news article reported that the company is in the process of expanding. Both with the capacity of its line station at the Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai South and an MRO facility in New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. The article, published on the Corporate Jet Investor website, details the expansion plans.

Spruce quotes ExecuJet maintenance director, Nick Weber, as saying:

“We are delighted to be extending our maintenance and support capabilities in the Middle East and India.”

A Quick Expansion for ExecuJet

The aviation company made this announcement within months of it launch in India. A quick move, considering the company debuted in the country at the beginning of 2016. When ExecuJet made its India debut earlier in the year, it established brand new FBO and MRO facilities. The decision to expand indicated that the company’s aviation maintenance operations in India were off to a good start. There are no doubts that the company had achieved its initial line performance and maintenance capacity targets.

ExecuJet also confirmed that it would be seeking the necessary approvals for the expansion of the Indian MRO facility. In her article Spruce reports that:

“DGCA 145 approval authorises ExecuJet’s Delhi facility to carry out and certify maintenance of Cessna Citation 560 XL/XLS, Gulfstream G-IV, Gulfstream G200 and hawker 7/8/9 Series aircraft.”

ExecuJet is a leading brand in the global aviation industry, They specialise in aircraft management services to private and public aviation companies. The company manages more than 160 jets worldwide and has a presence in several other regions. Including Africa, Australasia, Europe and Latin America. The news of the ExecuJet’s decision to expand the capacity of its facilities will impact some heavily. Especially any contractor seeking to partner with the company in the two projects.