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JSSI and Jetcraft team for post-Covid boost

Posted 18 June 2020 · Add Comment

A new partnership in the business and private aviation market has been signed in a bid to stimulate a market that has been affected by the Covid19 pandemic.

 

A Challenger 605 from Jetcraft now comes with unscheduled maintenance protection  Picture: Jetcraft

Jetcraft, the largest international buyer and seller of business aircraft, which has a regional headquarters in Dubai, is teaming up with the leading independent provider of maintenance support programmes, Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), to offer customers a unique, post-purchase unscheduled maintenance programme for virtually all business jet makes and models. 
The six-month post-purchase program will cover engines, airframe and APU after closing on all in-service aircraft acquired through Jetcraft.
Chad Anderson, president at Jetcraft, says: “What we are offering is peace of mind for aircraft buyers. Owners can feel confident in their new aircraft because, with this program, we are standing by the quality of the products in our inventory. Sellers who list with Jetcraft will also have an additional feature, which cannot be offered by any other dealer, to use in the marketing of their aircraft.
“In conjunction with a leading provider of support programs worldwide, this is one of the many ways we are upgrading our service offering during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.” 
Francisco Zozaya, SVP business development & strategy at JSSI, said: “With JSSI’s global reach, we’re confident we’ll be able to support Jetcraft customers wherever they are based. We pride ourselves on our international expertise, with technical advisors in every market who speak the local language, know the region’s culture and understand clients’ needs. Our service record is our true differentiator in the industry, and we believe aircraft owners new to JSSI will be impressed by the level of support we offer.”
 

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