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RUAG adds Gulfstream G550 to its MRO service portfolio

Posted 9 September 2016 · Add Comment

RUAG Aviation has announced the extension of the EASA Part 145 Maintenance Organisation approvals to include line and base maintenance for the Gulfstream G550 at its facilities in Munich.

“The approval for the Gulfstream G550 is especially meaningful as it directly addresses feedback we received from our customers - many of whom were so pleased with our services on the other aircraft in their fleets, that they wanted us to take care of their Gulfstream G550s as well,” said André Ebach, General Manager Business Jets, RUAG Aviation.  “Our customers rely on us to respond to their individual requirements. This expansion of our service portfolio allows us to provide for their growing aircraft needs while also ensuring that a new set of business aviation customers will also benefit from the complete range of services available at RUAG.”

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