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Hong Kong maintenance company adds Aruba approval
A range of Gulfstream and Bombardier aircraft types on the P4 register can now be maintained by Hong Kong's Metrojet, recently approved for line and base work.

Hong Kong-based Metrojet, which has a presence throughout the Asia Pacific region, has obtained approval from the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) of Aruba to perform line and base maintenance on Gulfstream and Bombardier aircraft.

This new approval allows Metrojet's MRO business to work on P4-registered aircraft ranging from Gulfstream G650/G650ER, G550, GV, G450 and G200, to Bombardier Global 5000/6000/Express, Challenger 850 and Challenger 604/605 types.

“The newly added Aruba approval assists Metrojet in supporting the regional growth of P4-registered aircraft in this region,” comments Lanny Schindelmeiser, general manager of Metrojet Hong Kong MRO. “Metrojet is committed to optimising its capacity continuously, providing quality and cost-competitive options for customers in the region to choose from.”

Besides the DCA of Aruba, Metrojet's Hong Kong MRO facility is also certified by the civil aviation authorities of Hong Kong, US, Bermuda, Canada, Cayman Islands, Isle of Man, San Marino and Thailand.

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