Marshall Aviation Services To Support Suraviation Fleet

AINmxReports » August 6, 2014
L to r: Pedro Orejas, CEO Suraviation; Steve Pantry, operations manager, Marshall Aviation Services (Cambridge); and José Manuel Pérez de La Cruz, vice president, Suraviation recently signed a deal for Marshall to provide MRO services for Suraviation’s fleet.
August 6, 2014, 11:40 AM

Madrid-based charter operator Suraviation has signed an agreement with Marshall Aviation Services to provide MRO and technical support for Suraviation’s seven Cessna Citations, predominantly Mustangs, plus one CJ2. Marshall has 40 years’ experience with the Citation line and operates FlairJet, a Europe-based charter and management company operating a Cessna Mustang, Excel and Bravo as well as an Embraer Phenom 100 and King Air 350s.

Suraviation was introduced to Marshall about a year ago when it required urgent technical support while on a flight into Cambridge. The experience “proved to be a strong foundation to build on and we are now delighted to reach an agreement to support their whole fleet,” said Steve Pantry, Marshall Aviation Services operations manager at Cambridge.

“Marshall’s ability to perform peripheral support services such as interior refurbishment, repairs and upgrades with a significant in-house design capability gives us the edge over many peers serving the Citation market,” he added.

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