Qatar Executive adds to its maintenance services
Doha-based Qatar Executive adds maintenance approvals from Bahrain and the Cayman islands.
Qatar Executive has added two maintenance approvals from Bahrain and the Cayman Islands. The new approvals are for Bombardier aircraft.
The Bahrain Civil Aviation Authority has granted approval for the company to conduct line maintenance services for Bombardier Challenger 604s and 605s and the manufacturer’s Global series aircraft.
In addition, Qatar Executive has received approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands to perform line and base maintenance services on similar aircraft.
Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways, who also heads up the airline’s business jet division, said: “Our newly granted authorisations expand our maintenance service portfolio significantly and will provide Qatar Executive with the flexibility and scope to serve regional as well as international private jet operators from our dedicated hangar facility in Doha.”
Dave Edwards, executive vice president of Qatar Executive, said: “The latest maintenance upgrade is an important step towards establishing Qatar Executive not just as a leading charter operator, but also as a premier private jet Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Facility in the Middle East.”
The maintenance team can be dispatched throughout the region to solve technical defects and return to service aircraft on ground. The maintenance service centre operates 24 hours a day providing support to customers.