GE has renewed Jet Aviation St. Louis’ status as an authorized service center for the CF34-3, which powers the Bombardier Challenger series. With the GE authorization renewal, Jet Aviation St. Louis continues to perform line maintenance inspections; routine installed engine maintenance, including removal and replacement of engine components; removal and replacement of engines; removal and reinstallation of external engine components; and inspections for time-between-overhaul extensions.
Jet Aviation St. Louis provides warranty support and facilitates access to both GE parts and technical support. “As part of the renegotiation and update of the contract we have increased our investment by increasing our parts on hand at the local level,” Skip Madsen, vice president of MRO operations, told AIN. “As a Bombardier authorized service center, we serviced more than 110 Challengers in 2011. This renewal allows us to continue to provide those operators with a comprehensive range of support from nose to tail for the next five years.”
Jet Aviation St. Louis is an AS9110-certified aircraft maintenance, modifications and completions provider.