Rizon Jet granted Pakistan AMO
Qatar based Rizon Jet has been granted Pakistan approved maintenance organisation status.
The company recently earned approved maintenance organisation (AMO) designation from the Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority for its Doha facility. With this authorisation, various business aircraft registered in Pakistan can undergo maintenance, repairs and inspections at Rizon Jet’s maintenance facility in Qatar.
“The Pakistan registry continues to grow, so it is an important authorization for Rizon Jet”, states Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi, Rizon Jet’s chief executive officer; “Earning this approval adds to our global suite of approvals at our MRO bases in Doha and London Biggin Hill and gives Bombardier and Hawker aircraft operators another option for comprehensive quality service and support.”
Approvals at both bases, Doha and London Biggin Hill, currently include EASA Part 145, Qatar CAA Part 145, Aruba Part 145, Bermuda Part 145, and Cayman Part 145. In Doha, this also includes UAE Part 145, Bahrain Part 145, and now Pakistan 145. Rizon Jet’s current range of capabilities includes various Bombardier and Hawker Beechcraft models.
The company at the end of 2012, introduced Rizon Rates, these are blocks of maintenance hours that can be purchased by customers in advance at reduced rates. These do not expire and can be used at both the Doha and Biggin Hill facilities when required.
Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi, comments: “Our Rizon Rates program receives great reception and we are confident that will redefine the trust relationship between operators and the MRO. It provides the business aviation sector with a long missing element of maintenance cost management, a simple tool for controlling maintenance labor costs.”