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Gulfstream experts team up for G550 MRO
In September this year, Interflight Aircraft Maintenance received Part 145 approval for G550 line MRO from EASA and Aruba. It has bolstered its offering by making use of the expertise of AM Aviation Services.
AMAS aviation director Alex Goodwins seals the deal with Lee Sugden, director of engineering at Interflight Aircraft Maintenance.

Interflight Aircraft Maintenance has teamed up with AM Aviation Services (AMAS) in support of the Gulfstream 550 aircraft.

Lee Sugden, Interflight’s director of engineering, says: ”AMAS is hugely experienced with the G550 aircraft and brings a vast amount of type knowledge to the team.”

Alex Goodwins of AMAS adds: “We look forward to working with Interflight on supporting the G550 line maintenance both within the UK and worldwide. We feel that, with Interflight’s reputable cost effective name in aircraft maintenance and our technical knowledge, we will prove to be a fantastic option for G550 operators and owners.”

With over 40 years’ experience, Interflight's team of engineers based at London Biggin Hill airport offers a range of services including full base maintenance for scheduled inspections, line maintenance, service plan support, refurbishment coordination, procurement of spare parts and pre-buy/survey services and expertise. Interflight is certified to offer full service maintenance for Hawker 400XP, 700, 800, 800XP, 900XP, 1000, Beechjet 400a, Nextant 400XT and now line maintenance on the Gulfstream 550. In September this year, its received Part 145 approval for G550 line MRO from EASA and Aruba.

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