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Williams authorises ASG for Vision Jet engine line maintenance
Authorisation by Williams International for line maintenance service on the FJ33 engines that power the Cirrus SF Vision Jet completes ASG's offering of full maintenance capability for Vision Jet owners.
ASG has qualified as a Williams International line maintenance engine service centre for the Cirrus SF Vision Jet.
Read this story in our May 2022 printed issue.

ASG, a Pula Aviation Services Group company and Guernsey airport-based aircraft maintenance and handling facility for business and general aviation, has been appointed a Williams International line maintenance authorised service centre for the FJ33 engine powering the Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet.

This achievement completes the series of maintenance capabilities required for the Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet following ASG's recent appointment by Cirrus Aircraft as an authorised SF50 Vision Jet service centre in November last year.

As a qualified Williams International line maintenance service centre, ASG will have the capability to provide engine maintenance to SF Vision Jets operating on the US FAA and Guernsey 2-Reg registrations. UK CAA and EASA approvals are expected to follow shortly.

Head of technical services Gary Phillips says: “The achievement of becoming a Williams International line maintenance service centre for the Cirrus SF Vision Jet ensures full maintenance capability through ASG for Vision Jet owners. We are pleased to establish a new relationship with Williams International and look forward to working together with it to provide engine servicing of the highest quality.”

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