ExecuJet Middle East has increased its capabilities at its Dubai facility, adding full “M8” inspection services for the Embraer Lineage 1000 to its UAE GCAA and EASA Part 145 maintenance approvals. The maintainer, completing its first M8 inspection, also performed an ADS-B upgrade, other inspections, and structural service bulletin work on the bizliner.
The M8 inspection—conducted at 96 months, 4,800 hours, or 2,400 cycles—is the largest for the Lineage, ExecuJet said, adding that the work highlights its “commitment and investment to support this model and our customers.”
ExecuJet is an authorized service facility for Embraer, General Electric, and Honeywell. These authorizations enable ExecuJet to process warranty and maintenance program claims for those manufacturers.
The international business aviation services firm’s Middle East group provides line and base maintenance from Dubai International Airport, as well as line maintenance from its Dubai South location at Al Maktoum International Airport. The facilities have capabilities for the entire Embraer Executive Jets portfolio, including the Phenoms and various Legacys, in addition to the Lineage.