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Best Fly to open new MRO base in Luanda

Posted 26 March 2014 · Add Comment

Best Fly Maintenance is to open a new part 145 Line Station at Luanda International Airport in the fourth quarter of 2014 to offer high quality maintenance services.

The new station will offer line maintenance tasks, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance checks for Gulfstream G450/550, Falcon 900, Falcon 7x or Beechcraft King Air family aircraft types. Overall, Best Fly will be qualified to work on more than 30 aircraft types.

Nuno Pereira, Best Fly Maintenance Managing Partner said, “This is the first dedicated business aviation line station in Angola and fills a much needed gap in the region as it will provide maintenance services covering a large region between Nigeria and South Africa. We have recruited a well qualified team of technicians and will be able to offer competitive pricing for a high level of service. Our aim is to actively list some of the region’s major operators”.

“We have worked for 15 years on line and base maintenance for military and official government aircraft in Angola, in addition to having valuable experience servicing the country’s civil aviation sector. The new line maintenance offering builds on our existing knowledge and positions us well to service clients in the future,” said Jorge Molar, managing partner of Best Fly Maintenance.

Best Fly Maintenance is committed to the safety and satisfaction of its clients and aims to better serve them through the provision of high quality maintenance facilities using brand new state-of-the-art equipment. The team consists of highly trained maintenance technicians able to undertake both routine inspection and unscheduled tasks in Luanda. In addition it anticipates it will also be able to offer heavy maintenance and overhaul through a new partnership to be announced later in the year. “We structured ourselves to guarantee safety and minimum downtime to ensure very high customer satisfaction,” said Molar.

 

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