New Firm To Provide Bizav MX in Europe

Aviation International News » October 2008
September 30, 2008, 4:52 AM

Iberia and Gestair formed a joint-venture company in Europe that will specialize in providing corporate aircraft maintenance, including AOG, line and scheduled maintenance. Dubbed CorJet Maintenance Europe, the firm also plans to provide logistical support and spare parts for executive aircraft. According to the companies, CorJet already holds FAA repair station and EASA 145 certificates, and is an authorized service center for Rockwell Collins avionics, Dassault Falcon airplanes and Honeywell and Pratt & Whitney Canada engines. CorJet Madrid also signed an agreement with Gulfstream to provide support for Gulfstreams stationed in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Additionally, the company anticipates that it will supply logistics service and parts to other maintenance companies. CorJet expects to be providing maintenance services to some 350 aircraft annually within five years of launch.

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