JetCorp upgrades maintenance status

Aviation International News » November 2004
December 19, 2007, 6:41 AM

JetCorp, at Spirit of St. Louis Airport, has received FAA Class 4 Certified Repair Station (CRS# DELE158D) certification and is moving all of its maintenance services to a
new hangar on the field. This new 24,335-sq-ft hangar/shop complex will house the company’s engine maintenance, avionics and interior refurb service areas. The newest certification allows JetCorp to increase the scope of work to any airframe for which it currently has the required tooling and training. It also gives the company the flexibility to add new capabilities quickly as the market demands, a benefit to customers who operate mixed fleets. JetCorp currently specializes in Learjet, Challenger and Falcon airframes with the latest addition being the Falcon 2000. The move was scheduled to be complete by the middle of last month. JetCorp is a full-service fixed-base operation that also offers aircraft charter, sales and management services.

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