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ExecuJet Haite completes first full aircraft paint
Its first full paint job took less than a fortnight, and ExecuJet Haite was able to redeliver the Legacy back to management company Earth Air at a significantly lower cost than expected.
ExecuJet Haite's Tianjin facility has turned out its first full aircraft paint project.

The first completed aircraft paint project has rolled out of the hangar at ExecuJet Haite in Tianjin, China. It was inducted into the paint facility at the end of August and was delivered back to the customer less than 14 days later.

“The team at ExecuJet Haite delivered an outstanding high-quality paint finish that was completed in half of the time and at significant cost savings to other comparable large international facilities,” says US-based Earth Air president Alex Joya.

As well as paint work, the Tianjin facility performs avionics upgrades and major aircraft inspections. “We seek to meet the growing demand of our customers to be a one stop maintenance provider and to reduce the cost burden of having to fly abroad for high quality aircraft painting or large modifications performed during routine aircraft inspections,” explains general manager Paul Desgrosseillierse.

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