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Metrojet HK checks five Gulfstreams in one month
The Gulfstream authorised warranty facility completed multiple C inspections and an engine change on five separate aircraft, on schedule.
Metrojet HK's team of 20+ licensed engineers has been providing quality and timely services to regional customers during and since the pandemic.

Metrojet Limited's Hong Kong MRO station is pleased to share that five Gulfstream aircraft base checks have been successfully completed in October, further affirming its leading position in Hong Kong as the Gulfstream authorised warranty facility (AWF).

During the month, multiple C inspections and an engine change were performed on five separate Gulfstream aircraft. The aircraft were completed on schedule, and the customers received the maintenance release statements from Metrojet in time to plan and enjoy their flying schedules aligned with the HKASR Government's implementation of the new 0+3 quarantine arrangements.

Managing director, MRO Dave Yip says: “During these difficult pandemic times, our team of 20 plus licensed engineers have been providing quality and timely services to all regional customers. As a longstanding Gulfstream AWF in Hong Kong, we are pleased to have earned a positive reputation from all the new and repeat customers by providing excellent and on-time service delivery.”

Established in 1997, Metrojet pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong and remains one of the most renowned safety and customer-focussed business jet operators and maintenance providers in the Asia Pacific. Metrojet upholds an uncompromised reputation for service excellence, safety, quality and efficiency in providing its aircraft management, maintenance and aviation consultancy services.

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