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EXECUJET SOUTH AFRICA ON PACE FOR RECORD AIRFRAME CHECKS

ExecuJet MRO Services South Africa expects to set a new record for airframe heavy maintenance checks this year. The Dassault Aviation subsidiary’s previous record was seven in a given year, but this year it plans to complete the inspections at least 11 aircraft thanks to additional work on Falcon business jets, according to the company.

Approved for line and heavy maintenance on the Falcon 50, 900, 2000, 7X, and 8X, Execujet MRO Services South Africa’s mechanics can now provide line maintenance for the recently certified 6X.


Also an authorized service center for Bombardier and Embraer, the company expects to perform heavy checks for the Bombardier Learjet 40/70 series and Challenger 600s, as well as Embraer Legacy 650s. It can also do such checks on Beechcraft King Airs.


Employing 130 personnel, ExecuJet MRO Services South Africa ranks as the largest business aviation MRO in Africa. Its maintenance department employs 70 and Its hangar at Johannesburg Lanseria International Airport can accommodate up to 14 aircraft of various sizes.


ExecuJet MRO Services South Africa also installs and upgrades avionics and satcom systems. It further operates an engine workshop that completes Honeywell TPE331 engine overhauls and Honeywell TFE731 engine major repairs.

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