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Metrojet completes G650ER 4C against the odds
There have been many hoops to jump through in order to complete inspections during the uncertainty of the Coronavirus pandemic. Metrojet has risen to the task after carrying out a 4C on a G650ER.
As for many others, it has been a challenging time for Metrojet, but its team has continued to work on aircraft.

The MRO station of Hong Kong-based Metrojet Limited has completed a 4C inspection on a Gulfstream G650ER in the midst of the battle against COVID-19, working within all of the unprecedented aviation safety constrains and measures.

“Although the COVID-19 pandemic has taken us all by surprise by its severity and resiliency, the Metrojet staff maintained their composure and continued to respond professionally and expeditiously to all of our clients' maintenance and operational requests,” says Gary Dolski, CEO. “I am very proud of our team for their continued high level of service and support throughout these challenging times.”

Metrojet's Hong Kong MRO maintains a wide range of Gulfstream aircraft and is currently in the process of investing in the future G500/600 product lines, under approvals from the Hong Kong CAD, U.S. FAA, Bermuda BCAA, Canada TCCA, Cayman Island CAACI, Isle of Man IoMAR, San Marino SMAR, Thailand CAAT, Aruba DCA and Qatar QCAA.

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