ExecuJet Middle East wins maintenance approval for Phenom 100


ExecuJet has received approval from the UAEs General Civil Aviation Authroity to perform line and base maintenance on Embraer Phenom 100 aircraft at its Dubai facilities.

ExecuJet’s two facilities in Dubai are now able to support regional flight training academies who operate these entry-level aircraft types.

Nick Weber, maintenance director, ExecuJet Middle East, said: “This latest approval from the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority has greatly enhanced the services that ExecuJet can provide for customers in the Middle East. Our MRO facility at Dubai International Airport can now perform 4,800 hour, 72 month checks on the aircraft; while at Al Maktoum International Airport, we have the capacity to carry out a wide variety of operations including defect rectification, engine and line-replaceable unit change and out of phase maintenance tasks.”

“ExecuJet’s Middle East team are committed to taking care of our local customer base in the region. To this end, we are looking forward to further growth in our OEM offering once we are fully established at our new location at Al Maktoum towards the end of 2019 which, excitingly, will be completed in time for the start of Expo 2020,” added Weber.