ExecuJet Middle East now a GE service centre for CF34-3 engines

Terry Spruce

GE Aviation has named ExecuJet Middle East as an authorised service centre for GE’s CF34-3 engines, which power the Bombardier Challenger series.

ExecuJet Middle East can now perform line maintenance inspections and routine installed engine maintenance, including removal and replacement of engines and engine components. This authorisation allows ExecuJet Middle East to provide OnPointSM solution and GE new engine warranty support.

“GE Aviation is proud to welcome ExecuJet Middle East to its growing network of CF34 authorised service centres,” said Brad Mottier, vice president and general manager of GE Aviation’s Business & General Aviation organization. “ExecuJet Middle East has developed a solid reputation as a service provider for business jets, and this agreement on GE’s CF34 engines will allow them to support our customers in the region.”

“We are very proud that GE Aviation has selected us as an authorized service centre in the region. We have supported the Bombardier family of aircraft for many years now and take it as recognition of our level of service and expertise that we can now also look after the aircraft’s powerful GE engines” says Nick Weber, maintenance director for ExecuJet Middle East.

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