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ACTSI gains FAA approval for GIV-X 192 month inspections
Aviation Concepts Technical Services in the Philippines has gained approval from the FAA to increase its capabilities for the Gulfstream GIV-X to include 192 month inspections.
ACTSI is a Part 145 repair station with FAA, Cayman and Bermudan approvals, as well as providing parking and handling services for Gulfstream business jets within the region.

Aviation Concepts Technical Services (ACTSI), an MRO and parking service provider in the Philippines, has received FAA approval to increase its capabilities for the Gulfstream GIV-X (G350/G450) to include 192-month inspections.

β€œIn anticipation of what we're seeing more in the Asian region and worldwide for that matter the GIV-X (G350/G450) aircraft are maturing and requiring the larger inspection packages. At ACTSI we have poised ourselves to provide that service and those alternate options for inspections, not only to our regional customers, but to customers that are transiting through,” says Stephen Klohr, director of quality for ACTSI.

Located within a 18,000 square-metre hangar, ACTSI is a Part 145 repair station with FAA, Cayman and Bermudan approvals, as well as providing parking and handling services for Gulfstream business jets.

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