Jet Repair uses internet to link operators with MRO

Aviation International News » November 2006
November 8, 2006, 9:33 AM

Aircraft operators and owners looking to have their aircraft serviced can now locate maintenance facilities worldwide via the Internet through a service offered by Jet Repair. The company also offers Part 145 repair stations relief from the mound of paperwork required by most Part 135 and Part 91 operators.

“A comprehensive database of maintenance facilities has already been established, and as an introduction to this service, Jet Repair Anywhere will be offering aircraft owners and operators complimentary access to this data until the end of this year,” said Robert Salvo, president and director of marketing.

“Providing Internet access to critical data enables aircraft owners and operators to expedite the search for qualified maintenance facilities, thus minimizing delays for owners and passengers when maintenance issues occur on the road,” explained Salvo.

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