Jet Aviation St Louis receives Mexican Repair Station AMO certification


Jet Aviation St Louis has earned certification from the Mexican civil air authority as a repair station Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) for aircraft registered in Mexico.

“This means we can immediately begin servicing Mexican aircraft. This is important because it now provides our Mexican customers with unrestricted access to our services,” said Steve Folks, lead AS9110 auditor at Jet Aviation St Louis.

“Mexico has the second-highest number of corporate jets and civil aircraft registered in the world, only behind the USA, and they now have a convenient, one-stop shop location for all of their aviation needs. We have serviced some Mexican aircraft with special permission on a one-off basis in the past. But now we can provide service to any Mexican customer any time.”

The Mexican Directorate General of Civil Aeronautics (DGAC) approved the AMO certification after its representative conducted an audit at St Louis the week of March 14.

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