ExecuJet champions aircraft maintenance standards with FAA certification in Dubai
ExecuJet Aviation Group has been awarded certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) having demonstrated regulatory compliance of its Dubai Repair Station under Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) 145.
The industry-leading certificate is awarded when a repair station complies with the safety standards necessary to inspect and maintain aircraft and aircraft parts, thus ensuring the safety of the maintenance team, passengers and flight crew.
The Middle East approval includes the ability to conduct Heavy Base Maintenance activities and Non-destructive testing (NDT) inspections, while also entitling the company to work away from its fixed Dubai location.
Following the successful certification phase, Nick Weber, Maintenance Director at ExecuJet Middle East, says: “Our operating rules have always been governed by the regulatory guidance from the FAA so it is a great pleasure for our maintenance and safety standards to be formally certified. Sound maintenance is the foundation for a safe and efficient aviation industry and receiving this certificate not only shows our commitment to this fact, but also ensures that “N” Registered aircraft operating within the region obtain the desired support.”
ExecuJet Middle East holds a total of 21 NAA approvals, inclusive of EASA and all ME regional approvals, while also representing several Manufacturers and OEMs.