ExecuJet Haite completes first full aircraft paint
The first completed aircraft paint project has rolled out of the hangar at ExecuJet Haite in Tianjin, China. The full-service state-of-the-art paint facility inducted the aircraft at the end of August and delivered in less than 14 days later. The dedicated paint hangar and painting back shops can handle most of the largest business jets such as Dassault Falcon 8X, Bombardier Global 6500, Gulfstream G650 and even a Boeing BBJ 737-7.
ExecuJet Haite is now offering full aircraft paint services on various aircraft types under their current approvals including producing and certifying aircraft livery together with technical markings and decals. “The team at ExecuJet Haite delivered an outstanding high-quality paint finish that was completed in half of the time and at significant cost savings to other comparable large international facilities,” said Alex Joya, President, Earth Air.
As well as paint work, ExecuJet Haite performs a wide range of other services at the Tianjin facility, including avionics upgrades and major aircraft inspections. “We seek to meet the growing demand of our customers to be a one-stop maintenance provider and to reduce the cost burden of having to fly abroad for high quality aircraft painting or large modifications performed during routine aircraft inspections,” said Paul Desgrosseilliers, General Manager, ExecuJet Haite.
ExecuJet Haite holds CAAC, EASA, FAA, Cayman, Bermuda, Aruba, Hong Kong, and Macau approvals and is an authorized service center for Dassault Falcon Jet, Embraer Executive Jets, Bombardier, and Rolls-Royce on engines. ExecuJet Haite also offers line and base maintenance support on multiple Gulfstream models and line support for the Boeing business jet.