ABS Jets receives Russian aircraft maintenance approval


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ABS Jets, based in Prague, has received Russian maintenance approvals and is now able to perform maintenance on Russian registered Embraer aircraft, including Legacy 600 and Legacy 650, Phenom 300 and Phenom 100.

Vladimir Petak, CEO and member of the board of ABS Jets, says: “We have implemented one of the most intensive and effective series of upgrades and improvements to our facilities resulting in the most state-of-the-art maintenance center. The demands of the Russian CAA are of the highest standards and we are delighted to have been able to work closely with them to fully meet their requirements and create such an MRO facility. Our position in the center of Europe means we are perfectly placed to handle the requirements of all our customers and offer them the ultimate in aircraft maintenance services.”

“It is again an opportunity to prove that ABS Jets values the relationship with all Russian aircraft owners and operators regardless whether their planes RA registered or not,” Petak adds.

Russia currently has more than forty Embraer executive jets. Thierry Barré, technical director at ABS Jets, says: “Our Technical Department can ensure prompt support in all Russian territories. However it is not new or unknown terrain to us. Earlier this year Embraer Executive Jets and ABS Jets partnered up to provide technical services for all types of Embraer aircraft during the Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.”

In this joint venture at the Olympic Games, ABS Jets also provided services to relief airfields in Krasnodar and Anapa.

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ABS Jets currently has operational bases in Prague and Bratislava.

The company has a fleet of 13 aircraft, including six Embraer Legacy 600s and two Embraer Legacy 650s.