Interflight adds maintenance capability with new approvals


Interflight hangar LBH

Interflight Aircraft Maintenance has increased its maintenance approvals with the addition of Hawker 400XP, Beechjet 400a and Nextant 400XT type ratings. The company has also unveiled a newly refurbished hangar at its London Biggin Hill base.

Interflight provides a full range of maintenance services for Hawker 400XP, Beechjet 400a, Nextant 400XT, as well as Hawker 700, 800, 800XP, 900XP and 1000.

The company is EASA Part 145 approved and offers a range of services, from all scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance to inspections, repairs and AOG support. Work can be carried out either from the hangar, or a dedicated team of experienced engineers can travel worldwide to work on aircraft.

The new hangar can comfortably fit up to four aircraft at any time, and the refurbishment includes brand new high gloss flooring, new skylight windows and new signage.

“We’re delighted to add the 400 approval, which covers about 600 aircraft worldwide.”

Lee Sugden, director of engineering, said: “We’re delighted to add the 400 approval, which covers about 600 aircraft worldwide. On top of our additional maintenance capability, our new hangar is the latest chapter of the Interflight transformation, following new offices for the charter and management division, as well as new aircraft added to our fleet. We look forward to welcoming our clients to our new hangar workspace.”