Rizon Jet Doha receives EASA 145 and Cayman RSC


Doha maintenance facility receives EASA Part 145 and Cayman Islands repair station certificate

Rizon Jet has announced that
the maintenance facility at Doha, has obtained
both EASA Part 145 and Caymen
Islands maintenance
approvals. With these approvals in place Rizon Jet’s facility in Doha is now licensed to
provide all line and base maintenance for a wide variety of executive aircraft.
The approvals for Doha complement those already
in place at the company’s UK
operation in London.

Following comprehensive
audits by the EASA, the Doha facility can offer a full range of maintenance and
overhaul packages on the following aircraft types Bombardier Challenger 604/605,
Hawker 750 / 800XP / 850XP / 900XP and Global BD-700 aircraft

In addition to line and base
maintenance on the above types, the service also offers battery overhaul to
aircraft using the facility.

During 2012, Rizon Jet will
be adding approvals for maintenance on Bermudan, Aruba, United Arab Emirates,
and Saudi Arabian-registered aircraft.

Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi is
the new chief executive of Rizon Jet and Scott Corbett the director of maintenance.
The Doha
facility is large enough for four Bombardier Global XRS business jets (or
several smaller aircraft) all at the same time.

Following the approval, the
team in Doha
undertook its first major scheduled maintenance contract on a Challenger 605,
which included a 12 and 24 – month inspection, plus an engine replacement.
Commenting on this inaugural contract, Scott Corbett, director of maintenance said;
“I am incredibly proud of the team we have assembled here. This was the first
major input and it went without issue with the aircraft being released on
schedule back into service”

This new development in Doha complements the existing maintenance facility at the
Rizon Group’s London location at Biggin Hill

As well as line and base
maintenance, London also offers additional
services for batteries, wheels and tyres, and holds approvals for EASA, QCAA, Aruba, Bermunda and Cayman registered aircraft.

Captain Hassan Al-Mousawi,
chief executive of the Rizon Jet Group commented, “Our team has worked very hard for this achievement and we are very
proud to have obtained the certification of EASA Part-145; our MRO is now
officially open for business. During the initial stages we assembled a
world-class technical team and established a strong partner network of
suppliers and contractors in order to be able to provide state-of-the-art
services to compete with all the top players in the region.

continued “As our presence in the European and Middle Eastern market continues
to grow, the EASA repair station certification for the Doha MRO will provide
additional capabilities and new opportunities and will allow us to better serve
our European and Middle Eastern customer base – both in the near and long