PhilJets gains AMO license

Terry Spruce

PhilJets has obtained its Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) licence. The company is now certificated to service commercially or privately operated aircraft in the Philippines.

“This new license represents another step forward for PhilJets in its goal to develop a nose-to-tail approach to Aviation services in the Philippines and for all its customers.”

Thierry Tea, managing director of PhilJets Group said: “This new license represents another step forward for PhilJets in its goal to develop a nose-to-tail approach to Aviation services in the Philippines and for all its customers.”

In parallel of this certification, PhilJets also renewed this year its AMDC license (Aircraft Material Distributor Certificate). The company wants to further expand its spare parts activities around Asia & especially in the ASEAN area.

PhilJets Group has recently taken delivery of a new Robinson R44 helicopter that will complement its two H130 (formerly EC130T2) and one AS350B2 helicopters.

Michiko Soriano, business development manager of PhilJets Group added: “This new aircraft provides an excellent reliability, responsive handling, and flexibility, making it, an ideal light helicopter for private, business, and tourism applications.”

The company plans to build its own MRO workshop in the future.

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