Jet Aviation Geneva gains Part 145 approval from Civil Aviation Authority in Russia


Jet Aviation has announced that its maintenance facility in Geneva has received approval from the Russian Federation Civil Aviation Administration (RFCAA).

The approval permits the company to support aircraft that are registered in Russia to the full extent of its maintenance approvals.

Jet Aviation Geneva offers full heavy maintenance services for the Bombardier Global Express series, Gulfstream aircraft and Boeing business jets (BBJ). With this new approval, the company is authorized to provide line and base maintenance to these Russian-registered aircraft types.

“Russia has a significant fleet of private aircraft and we are delighted to receive this important approval from the Russian civil aviation authority,” said Edgar Guerreiro, senior director MRO & FBO and general manager Geneva. “This authorization provides Russian owners and operators the comfort and security of knowing our team of dedicated maintenance professionals is here for them when they fly through the region. We look forward to welcoming them to our facility in Geneva.”

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