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Vilnius MRO signs up as EBAA member
Jet Maintenance Solutions hopes that membership with EBAA can pave the way to more work in Western Europe, which boasts a fleet of 2,500 aircraft. The company sees strong market recovery ahead.

Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS), a provider of integrated aircraft MRO work for business and regional aviation based at Vilnius International airport in Lithuania, has become a member of EBAA.

“Our membership acknowledges that we are a reliable and great partner in the field of business aviation,” says CEO Vytis Zalimas. “While already boasting a strong network of clients from the Asia Pacific region and the CIS, Jet Maintenance Solutions is always looking forwards, to expand and widen our client portfolio. Our EBAA membership also provides a strong stepping-stone to enter the Western European market, a mature market with 2,500 private jets currently in operation. Despite the current pandemic, we believe that private aviation will see a strong recovery and our targeted market segment will continue its growth in the coming years.”

Athar Husain Khan, EBAA secretary general, adds: “We're thrilled to have a company such as Jet Maintenance Solutions join the EBAA membership. We look forward to working together for the benefit of the European business aviation community and beyond.”

Since the foundation of Jet Maintenance Solutions in 2007, the company has sought to provide its clients with exceptional service, quality and cost-effective solutions for their private and business jets. Having completed significant projects, such as performing 7,800 landing inspections for the Bombardier CL604, and designing and fitting interiors for a wide range of aircraft, JET MS has become a one-stop shop for custom, tailored maintenance solutions.

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