Reliable Jet Maintenance Adds Venezuelan Approval

AINmxReports » March 24, 2010
March 24, 2010, 11:51 AM

The Falcon 2000, Beechcraft 400XP and Diamond 300 have been added to Boca Raton, Fla.-based Reliable Jet Maintenance’s FAA repair station authorization. The ratings are added to the company’s core business of Challenger, Learjet, Citation and Hawker. The company has also announced its recent certification as a Venezuelan repair station. “Having a strategic location in South Florida, we have assisted in the import of aircraft from countries such as the Cayman Islands, Germany and New Zealand. With the addition of the Venezuelan repair station certificate we will be able to offer the ease and expertise of assisting in importing and exporting aircraft to and from Venezuela,” said founder and president Jonathan Burls. “We are committed to supporting all of our customers in South America, and the Venezuelan certification is just the first of several certifications in process. We are truly a multicultured facility and continue to provide top support for the flying community.” The company has also recently become a Rockwell Collins authorized dealer.

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