California's JetWorx has received FAA approval for servicing the Embraer EMB135, in the form of Legacy 600 and 650 jets, and Gulfstream G450 along with limited instrument and limited radio ratings. The company is a full-service Part 145 certified repair station known for its extensive work servicing the Gulfstream, Cessna and Bombardier brands,
“JetWorx couldn't be more pleased to announce the addition of the maintenance capabilities awarded to our company by the FAA,” comments JetWorx general manager Louis DeLorio. “We have continued to invest heavily in new tooling and equipment as well as several new strategic hires with incredibly strong maintenance and avionics experience so that we may better serve the private aviation community.”
The recent FAA-approved additions to the JetWorx Operational Specifications portfolio include: Limited instrument rating, limited radio rating, Embraer EMB135 (Legacy 600/650), Gulfstream GIV-X (G450) and Hamilton Sundstrand T-62T-40 Series APU (EMB135).
The company also now offers complete avionics troubleshooting, testing and repair, including FAR 91.411 and 91.413/RVSM recertifications. This increase in capabilities also coincides with JetWorx further expanding its group with new technicians and other key personnel hires.
To accommodate the new staff, JetWorx has moved into a brand new facility located at the northwest corner of Van Nuys airport featuring a state-of-the-art 55,000 sq. ft. Class-A hangar space. The new hangar also features an office complex to house the growing JetWorx team. JetWorx says it will continue developing operations in 2019 by expanding into an additional adjoining hangar dedicated to further maintenance support.