The maintenance, repair and overhaul station of Hong Kong-based Metrojet has been busy with engine changes, base maintenance, modification programs and aircraft disinfection projects throughout the pandemic.
From January through to July this year, the Rolls-Royce-exclusively-certified maintenance, repair and overhaul station has completed multiple engine changes on BR725/710 and Tay 611-8C for various types of Gulfstream aircraft, alongside scheduled maintenance inspections, maximizing the use of ground time due to the current limited flying.
In addition to performing maintenance, aircraft interior hygiene levels have become a new priority concern to all our aircraft users. Metrojet’s aircraft disinfection services are both Gulfstream and Bombardier proven, with all work performed in accordance with Gulfstream MOL-20-0005 or Bombardier AW000-25-001 REV2 guidelines.
“Our professional and priority response to clients’ maintenance and operational requests earns our MRO an exceptional reputation,” said Gary Dolski, CEO of Metrojet. “We have been taking great care of our clients’ valuable assets and we remain very appreciative of the support provided by our business partners and customers throughout China and the Asia Pacific region during these most challenging times.”
Established in 1997, Metrojet as part of the Kadoorie Group, pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong. The company provides all-inclusive aircraft management, maintenance and aviation consultancy services to its growing business aviation customer base.