The Aruba Department of Civil Aviation (ADCA), a civil aviation regulator in the Caribbean popular with some business jet operators, has certified ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia to maintain several aircraft types on its aircraft registry.
The ADCA certified ExecuJet by validating the company’s US FAA certification. The Aruban authority has certified the Subang Airport-based facility to perform heavy maintenance work on Aruban-registered Dassault aircraft, namely the Falcon 7X, Falcon 8X, Falcon 900 and Falcon 2000. In addition, Aruba has approved ExecuJet to do heavy maintenance work on Bombardier Challenger 600s, Gulfstream G200s, GIVs and GV series; as well as Learjet 45s and Learjet 60s.
Ivan Lim, regional vice president Asia at ExecuJet MRO Services, says: “We are truly delighted to be recognised by a growing number of the world’s leading aviation bodies. This approval is testament to our readiness to expand our capabilities and extend our support to business jet operators and owners in markets around the world.”
“Our customers within the region and those flying into Asia from elsewhere, can expect their aircraft to be well-supported by a company with multi-OEM experience, backed by a team of highly trained and professional staff,” he adds.
Besides the US FAA and ADCA, ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia is certified by EASA, the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia as well as the civil aviation regulators of: Bermuda, Cayman Islands, China, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Indonesia, Libya, San Marino, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.