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EBACE: JSSI on the Wings of Grace for Global 6000 support

Posted 19 May 2015 · Add Comment

Jet Support Services (JSSI), has enrolled a new Global 6000 business jet operated by Wings of Grace on the JSSI Tip-to-Tail programme.

“We are excited to have this opportunity to enroll a second Wings of Grace aircraft onto our program, here at EBACE,” said Kevin Thomas, senior vice president, business development & strategic planning for JSSI. “The business aviation market continues to expand in Africa and our Tip-to-Tail coverage is specifically designed to meet the needs of operators in this region.”

JSSI’s trademarked Tip-to-Tail hourly cost maintenance programme enhances the Global 6000 OEM warranty and provides an all-inclusive, comprehensive maintenance program that drives down costs and provides budget stability.
JSSI introduced the maintenance program in 1997 by adding airframe and APU coverage to its legacy engine programmes.
“Tip-to-Tail is ideal for the client desiring a single source solution for the entire aircraft, because it covers virtually every assembly and system on the aircraft. Today, JSSI offers Tip-to-Tail coverage for more than 175 different aircraft models in addition to the Global 6000,” Thomas said.
 

Pictured (L-R) David Heaney and David Ashton from ILS Fiduciaries; Jonathan Deutsch and Kevin Thomas from JSSI

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