The civil aviation authorities for Aruba and the United Arab Emirates have accepted Rizon Jet Doha as an approved aircraft maintenance organization, extending the Qatar-based business aviation company’s international capabilities. Earlier this year, Rizon Jet UK added the Learjet 45 to its base maintenance capability and over the summer completed several projects including its first 2,400-hour A/B/C/D maintenance inspection.
Rizon Jet UK director of maintenance Brett Dale-Heaps said, “We returned the aircraft to service a day ahead of the scheduled 18 calendar days’ maintenance input. It went straight into a revenue flight to meet the customer’s charter requirements and currently remains in service with no squawks.”
Approvals at both bases include EASA Part 145, Qatar CAA Part 145, Aruba Part 145, Bermuda Part 145, and Cayman Part 145. In Doha, this also includes UAE Part 145 with Saudi Arabia Part 145 pending.
Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Doha, State of Qatar, Rizon Jet has operating bases in the Middle East (United Arab Emirates and Qatar) and the UK.