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Execujet extends Line Maintenance in Nigeria

Posted 1 April 2016 · Add Comment

Execujet has announced that it extending Line Maintenance capability for EASA aircraft at Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos.

Working with Maintenance Centre Malta (MCM), ExecuJet can now support different aircraft types from Bombardier, Dassault and Hawker in the region.
 
“As the approved Authorised Service Centre for Bombardier, Dassault, Hawker and Embraer Phenom products, we are delighted to be able to extend our capabilities and will be one of very few EASA line maintenance service providers in the region,” said Ettore Poggi, Vice President, ExecuJet Africa.
 
The partnership has resulted in the addition of a Part 145 approved workshop facility, which supports batteries, wheels and non-destructive testing.
 
The facility is run by 96 staff and services over 100 aircraft in the region.
 

    

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