MBA opens office at Harrods Aviation Luton
Marshall Business Aviation has opened a technical support office at London Luton Airport within the Harrods Aviation facilities. The move is in response to an increasing number of Cessna Citation aircraft owner/operators flying in or now based at London Luton where Harrods Aviation also runs an established FBO.
MBA will offer AOG and casualty support for a wide range of Cessna aircraft, expanding its capabilities providing scheduled maintenance as a long-standing Cessna authorised service centre at its Cambridge Airport headquarters.
“There are an increasing number of larger Cessna aircraft coming in to Luton which will benefit from us having a base here to supplement our primary service centre at Cambridge. Given the capacity constraints at this popular bizav airport we are happy to respond to customer demand in setting up an AOG facility at Luton,” said Marshall Business Aviation managing director Steve Jones.
“We welcome the arrival of Marshall Business Aviation at our London Luton Airport facility,” said Harrods Aviation technical director John Bool. “Their speciality is a perfect complement to the maintenance services we already offer on Bombardier and Hawker Beechcraft aircraft, and we look forward to a long term relationship with MBA.”
Harrods Aviation is exhibiting at NBAA in Orlando next week.
Photograph: Paul Norton (left), Harrods Aviation managing director with Steve Jones (right), Marshall Business Aviation managing director