Metrojet sees uptick in Hong Kong preowned market


Metrojet is seeing an increase in the preowned market in Hong Kong following the markets reopening post-pandemic.

The operator and maintenance provider said its Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) is bringing value to the rising preowned transactions.

Gary Dolski, CEO, Metrojet said: “We are starting to see a slight increase in the preowned market activity post-pandemic. The wide range of capabilities of our CAMO team not only adds value to our existing management services but also benefits our management and third-party clients in any new or preowned aircraft acquisition.”

Dolski’s comments come as Metrojet announced its CAMO team’s support in an aircraft evaluation on a third-party Gulfstream G650 aircraft in Guangzhou and Shanghai, China. The evaluation was completed in three days and involved an airworthiness review, document inspection, technical evaluation, sales advice and management consultation.

The CAMO team also conducted an independent audit on another G650 aircraft for a financing company, assessing the aircraft, its warranty and damage history on paper.

In October, Metrojet Hong Kong’s MRO station reported it had completed five Gulfstream aircraft base checks within the month, including heavy maintenance inspections and engine checks.


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