Jet Aviation hails Middle East expansion

Jet Aviation provides maintenance support to all OEMs in Dubai, where a number of refurbishments for regional aircraft are currently underway
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Determined to bring premium business aviation services to the market, along with its Saudi Arabian partner, Jet Aviation now has four FBOs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, including Jeddah, Riyadh, Medina and Yanbu. 

It has also branched out in the region, operating its award-winning MRO and FBO facility at Dubai International Airport (DXB) and its Dubai World Central (DWC) FBO.

This year, the company expanded its maintenance capabilities in Jeddah with new wheel and battery shops, while further establishing a line maintenance team at DWC.

Jet Aviation currently operates 35 FBO locations globally, 20 of which, including DXB and DWC, received IS-BAH Stage Two Registration last year at MEBAA 2018.

Stefan Benz, SVP regional operations, EMEA, says: “We provide maintenance support to all OEMs in Dubai, where a number of refurbishments for regional aircraft are currently underway. We also have a growing aircraft management business and CAMO team in Dubai supporting our global flight support network. In Saudi Arabia, we see growth potential through the Vision 2030 airport construction investments and business aviation fleet expansion.”

Jet Aviation continues to expand. In May 2018, it acquired Hawker Pacific. Today, with 50 global facilities and a fleet of some 300 aircraft, Jet Aviation is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading business-aviation services companies.

Visit Jet Aviation on stand A11. Contact: +971 4 299 4464/dxbfbo@jetaviation.com

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