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Jet Aviation Basel expands its Dassault Falcon maintenance capabilities in Africa

Posted 22 July 2015 · Add Comment

Jet Aviation Basel recently received maintenance approvals for Dassault Falcon aircraft from the national Civil Aviation Agency in Gabon, Agence Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (ANAC), and the Directorate of Civil Aviation (DCA) in Namibia.

With these approvals, Jet Aviation Basel is authorised to provide line and base maintenance to Dassault Falcon 10, 50 and 900 aircraft registered in Gabon and to Dassault Falcon 7X series and Falcon 900 series aircraft registered in Namibia.  

“These approvals improve our ability to meet rising demand for high quality maintenance in Africa, “says Johannes Turzer, vice president and general manager of the Maintenance Center at Jet Aviation Basel. “We are also aware of high expectations for refurbishment support in this region and will continue to expand our services to offer the benefit of our professional expertise where it is needed.”  

For aircraft owners and operators in Africa, Jet Aviation Basel also holds maintenance approvals for Boeing Business Jets registered in Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Nigeria, Morocco and South Africa.

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