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Gama Aviation adds European maintenance agreements and renews Wijet deal
The UK's Gama Aviation has signed two maintenance support agreements with European operators and has extended its current agreement with air taxi operator Wijet.
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The UK's Gama Aviation has signed two maintenance support agreements with European operators and has extended its current agreement with air taxi operator Wijet. The new deals cover ten aircraft in total, encompassing a range of services from inspections to AOG support for the two fleets that include five Globals, two Challengers, two Hawkers and one Beechcraft.

Director of maintenance Scott Corbett says: “We are delighted to be able to support both operators through our European jet maintenance team based at Oxford airport. Our team has had notable success this year by focusing on delivering high levels of service and support, which has translated into increased aircraft availability for our clients.”

Group CEO Marwan Khalek adds: “Our strength has always been to provide our clients with comprehensive support services in the air and on the ground. These deals further evidence this strength and demonstrate our commitment to put the resources, capability and infrastructure in place to deliver exacting service to meet commercial demands for our clients.”

The extension of the Wijet contract, which was first signed in January, is indefinite and covers base, line and AOG maintenance for Wijet's 15-strong Citation Mustang fleet across Europe. Its CEO Patrick Hersent states: “Our service is reliant on an ecosystem of partners that understand, and can deliver, the promises we make to our customers. I'm delighted to say that Gama Aviation is one such partner, delivering a level of maintenance support that meets the aircraft availability targets we set and ensures our customers' expectations are met.”

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