Hamlin Jet has joined with Northern Executive Aviation (NEA) of Manchester, UK, to open a satellite service center at London Luton Airport (EGGW). The two companies will be offering line maintenance and warranty support for existing NEA clients and visiting aircraft from the U.S. and Europe. Services include hangarage and full factory warranty support on all Learjet models, whether JAA or FAA registered.
Harrods Aviation at London Luton Airport is preparing to relocate to much larger premises by next summer. The British FBO will move to Hangar 129, which is adjacent to the airport’s existing cargo area and offers its own security entrance from a road that avoids traffic heading for the main passenger terminal.
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Gulfstream’s service center at London Luton Airport is one of 12 factory support facilities, but it is currently unique in being the only one on soil foreign to the Savannah, Ga.-based OEM. It is also one of the most recent additions to the stable, Gulfstream having acquired a lease on it from Signature in April 2003.
Gulfstream Aerospace is adding spare-parts inventory valued at $4.5 million to its Luton, England, service center to support the growing fleet of Gulfstream business jets operating in Europe and the Middle East. The additional inventory will include spare parts for the Gulfstream G200, GIV, GV, G350, G450, G500 and G550.
Silverjet, a new UK-based all-first-class, long-haul airline, is recruiting captains and copilots for its initial London-New York route, due to begin service between December and April. The public company intends to operate Boeing 767s equipped with 102 flat-bed seats.
Aerospace Products International (API), a wholly owned subsidiary of First Aviation Services, has opened a distribution and logistics center on London’s Luton Airport. It has developed 7,000 sq ft of space for storage and has the capacity to expand to 14,000 sq ft to meet demand. It is the company’s first dedicated operation in Europe.
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