Maintenance business continues to grow for Rizon Jet


Rizon Jet continues to grow maintenance business in both Doha and at London Biggin Hill. Aruba and the UAE civil aviation authorites have accepted Rizon Jet as an approved maintenance organisation.

Rizon Jet has been accepted by the civil aviation authorities for Aruba and UAE as an approved aircraft maintenance organisation.

Rizon Jet chief executive officer Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi said: “This adds to our global suite of approvals at our MRO bases in Doha and London Biggin Hill and demonstrates our commitment to providing our clients with comprehensive service and support offerings.”

Earlier this year, Rizon Jet UK added the Bombardier Learjet 45 to its base maintenance capability and over the summer completed several inputs, including its first 2,400 hr A/B/C/D maintenance inspection.

Rizon Jet UK director of maintenance Brett Dale-Heaps said: “We returned the aircraft back into service a day ahead of the scheduled 18 calendar days’ maintenance input. It went straight into a revenue flight to meet the customer’s charter requirements pre-Olympics and currently remains in service with no squawks, which is a huge success for the engineering team.”

Dale-Heaps added: “Our high quality service and commitment to best practice and communication ensured we met our own and our customer’s objectives; returning the aircraft on time, in budget. By ensuring our client’s aircraft remains available for charter, their operation remains strong, and our engineering support complements their business. Thus, both parties become successful.”

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