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ExecuJet Malaysia authorised for Dassault maintenance
ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia has worked with the FAA for years, and is already certified to perform line and heavy maintenance on N-registered Bombardier and Gulfstream jets. Now Falcons have been added to the mix.
ExecuJet Malaysia has a facility at Subang airport in Kuala Lumpur.

ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia, a Dassault Aviation company, has received FAA certification to perform line and heavy maintenance on Dassault Aviation business jets.

The certification covers Falcon 2000 (LX, LXS and EX series), Falcon 7X and Falcon 8X business jets. It means that the MRO facility at Subang airport in Kuala Lumpur is audited and certified by the FAA as an approved foreign repair station to carry out maintenance work on these types of Dassault Falcon business jets on the US aircraft registry.

Ivan Lim, VP MRO services Asia at ExecuJet MRO Services says: “There are a substantial amount of US-registered business jets flying in the region and we have been receiving requests to support them. We have in the past supported US-registered Dassault Falcons relying on our engineers' personal FAA airframe and powerplant (A&P) licences, but it was not ideal as there are certain restrictions. The FAA certification for the facility in Malaysia means we can now fully expand our capabilities on N-registered Dassault Falcons to cover all line and heavy maintenance checks without those restrictions.”

ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia has worked with the US FAA for many years, and is already certified by the FAA to perform line and heavy maintenance on N-registered Bombardier and Gulfstream business jets. In addition, ExecuJet is able to support transient aircraft at any of the regional Asian hubs through around-the-clock AOG services and mobile repair party support.

The move to get FAA certification for Dassault business jets comes after Dassault Aviation's acquisition of ExecuJet's MRO businesses, including the Malaysian facility, earlier this year.

“Being a Dassault-owned MRO company is a unique proposition for operators. We have direct access to the manufacturer's expertise and knowledge base,” says Lim, adding that it has sent engineers and technicians for training to Dassault's facilities in France.

“Dassault business jets are a natural area of growth for us. The presence of strong talent in Malaysia is also encouraging, and most of our technicians carry multiple licenses from two to three authorities, including the FAA, EASA and the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia.”

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