China’s Civil Aviation Regulator Grants ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia Approval To Work On Bombardier And Gulfstream Aircraft
The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has certified ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia to provide line and heavy maintenance on Bombardier and Gulfstream aircraft.
The approval covers Gulfstream GIV and variants of the Bombardier Challenger and Bombardier Globe Express series aircraft.
Vice President ExecuJet MRO Services Asia, Ivan Lim, says: “This approval by CAAC is significant, because it means ExecuJet’s maintenance facility at Subang Airport, near Kuala Lumpur, is permitted to do heavy and line maintenance on these aircraft registered in China.”
“Having access to China’s business aviation market, which is the biggest in the region, opens up new opportunities for ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia to continue to grow and expand its business.”
“ExecuJet applied for the approvals from CAAC in response to demand from operators in China,” says Lim, adding that Malaysia has a strong reputation internationally for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO).
“This approval from CAAC further reinforces Malaysia’s position in the market as a leading centre for business aviation MRO in the region,” he adds.
ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia is a full-service, business jet maintenance facility. It is an Authorized Service Facility for Bombardier and a limited Authorized Warranty Facility for Gulfstream. It also represents some other major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as Authorized Service Centre or Dealer such as: General Electric and Rolls-Royce, on multiple engine types; Honeywell on engines, auxiliary power units and avionics; and Collins Aerospace on avionics.