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JetSupport achieves European retrofit first
With a summer EIS for Garmin's new flight deck retrofit, JetSupport is geared up to provide the first European G5000 retrofits on Citation Excel and XLS models.
Garmin vice president of aviation sales and marketing Carl Wolf.

Garmin’s G5000 is the new fully integrated flight deck retrofit for the Citation Excel and XLS, and is fully compliant with all future mandates and options. Amsterdam-based JetSupport will perform the very first European G5000 retrofit on a Citation Excel.

“We wish to congratulate JetSupport on securing the first European G5000 customer upgrade for the Citation Excel/XLS in Europe,” says Garmin vice president of aviation sales and marketing Carl Wolf. “We’ve seen a tremendous amount of interest for the G5000 in the Excel and XLS markets, and we continue to achieve certification milestones which align with an entry-into-service date early this summer.”

As an independent provider of MRO services and support solutions, JetSupport has been serving business aviation, special mission and commuter aircraft for over 17 years.

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