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Jet Aviation provides support following Turkish approval
Jet Aviation has been approved by the Turkish civil aviation authorities to carry out maintenance work in its Geneva facility for Gulfstream models registered in Turkey.
Turkey's Gulfsteams get the green light to access MRO services in Geneva.

Jet Aviation has received approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation in Turkey to support Gulfstream G450, G550 and G650 series aircraft carrying TC registrations at its maintenance facility in Geneva.

The Geneva MRO facility is authorised to provide line and base maintenance to the G450 series, G550 series and G650 series aircraft that are registered in Turkey thanks to the approval. This builds on Jet Aviation's existing Gulfstream capabilities for Turkish-registered aircraft at its Basel MRO facility in Switzerland.

“We sought this approval in direct response to customer demand and look forward to welcoming TC-registered Gulfstream aircraft to our facility in Geneva,” says Edgar Guerreiro, senior director of Jet Aviation's Geneva MRO and FBO operations and general manager of Geneva.

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