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Metrojet strengthens BBJ offering through bundle deal
A five-year deal will streamline procurement of the products and services needed to reliably and efficiently operate Metrojet's BBJ fleet. Boeing says the bundle creates a one-stop shop to keep BBJs in peak condition.

Hong Kong-based operator Metrojet has signed a five-year agreement with Boeing for a new BBJ services bundle. The bundle provides essential digital aviation tools for BBJ flight and maintenance crews, including 24/7 technical support, onboard performance tools and maintenance planning data, tailored to meet customer needs.

“We are very delighted to see Boeing bundle the tools to enhance the administration and execution efficiency,” states Metrojet CEO Gary Dolski. “We are committed to providing the utmost service and convenience to our customers. This agreement with Boeing will allow us to strengthen the services we provide, and promote the service our customers expect and deserve.”

The deal will streamline procurement of the products and services needed to reliably and efficiently operate Metrojet's BBJ fleet.

“We are thrilled to provide this comprehensive services solution for Boeing Business Jet customers,” says executive VP of business and general aviation at Boeing Global Services William Ampofo. “Readiness is critical, and this solution creates a true one-stop shop for customers like Metrojet to get the support they need to keep jets in peak operation.”

Established in 1995, Metrojet pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong and provides aircraft management, maintenance and aviation consultancy services in the Asia Pacific region.

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