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ExecuJet Nigeria becomes authorised Rockwell Collins avionics dealership

Posted 27 October 2017 · Add Comment

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, has expanded the maintenance offering at its Nigeria facility with the announcement that it is now an authorised Rockwell Collins avionics dealership for Nigeria and the West Africa region.

A significant move for the company, the news is part of an ongoing trajectory for ExecuJet’s MRO in Lagos, which has seen a run of developments and investments over the past year. Expanding the availability of both OEM and avionics maintenance services is a key goal of ExecuJet in Africa, as it aims to be able to support every client at their own home base.

Graeme Duckworth, Vice President Africa and Executive Vice President MRO Services, Luxaviation Group, said: “ExecuJet Nigeria is privileged to be representing Rockwell Collins, as more manufacturers recognise the quality, performance and efficiency that ExecuJet demonstrates on a local and a global scale. As we have seen, business aviation movements in Lagos this year experienced a year-on-year growth rate of 12%; we consider it of the utmost importance that our MRO in Nigeria has the services on-site to help maintain this encouraging trend.

“With the support of Rockwell Collins, we can now serve our customers with more competitive pricing and warranty benefits. By collaborating with established, first-class MRO operators, we can also provide cost-effective upgrades to current avionics systems such as the ADS-B Out products, which will improve flight safety, situational awareness and reliability.”

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