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ExecuJet: Higher demand for MRO services from regional aviation operators

ExecuJet: Higher demand for MRO services from regional aviation operators

07 Jul 2023

ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia has completed heavy maintenance checks on multiple Falcon aircraft which include cabin refurbishment work as the organisation moves to offer complete MRO services to Falcon operators in the region.

ExecuJet said it continues to see higher demand for its maintenance services in 2023 from regional business aviation operators.

ExecuJet MRO Services regional vice-president Asia Ivan Lim commented that its status as the region’s major Dassault MRO facility is driving new demand.

“The customers appreciate that our engineers and technicians are trained by Dassault, coupled with our regional experience for which we have numerous testimonies from our clients over the years.

“We now support all production Falcon models, and most legacy models. With the increasing number of Falcon aircraft in Asia, we are witnessing a surge in demand for line and base maintenance work as well as pre-purchase inspection work,” he said in a statement.

ExecuJet has completed back-to-back maintenance checks on Dassault Falcon aircraft including Falcon 2000EX, Falcon 900LX, Falcon 7X and Falcon 8X at its facility in Subang Airport since early 2023.

ExecuJet MRO Services has also expanded its Falcon service activities. In a recent case, the service centre repainted the livery and refurbished the cabin of a Falcon 8X, combined with scheduled heavy maintenance work to optimise the ground time.

Today, Falcon work accounts for more than half of Executive MRO Services Malaysia’s business. It continues to ramp up efforts to onboard talent, including hiring maintenance technicians and engineers certified to work on Falcon aircraft.

Source: The Sun Daily