Jet East has entered into an avionics dealership with Honeywell, and will now provide its customers with a wide range of avionics products that will enhance their airframes with upgrades including flight decks, cabin management systems and Wi-Fi connectivity. Additionally, the dealership will allow Jet East to offer extended warranty programmes with MSP/HAPP.
As Jet East expands its avionics portfolio, the dealership with Honeywell advances the company's goals to present customers with the best solutions for their aircraft. This dealership demonstrates the confidence Honeywell has placed in Jet East as a trusted business partner. With the dealership now in place, Jet East is equipped to meet the needs of both existing and new customers.
“At Jet East, we believe that this dealership with Honeywell is a win-win situation for everyone involved,” explains Dwayne Chandler, senior director of avionics and business development. “We are proud to join forces with a global leader like Honeywell, aligning our goals and values to offer the best avionic service in the industry. Our customers can expect great support and technology, while we continue to set new benchmarks for customer satisfaction.”
Jet East has also secured Bermuda BCAA authorisation. This milestone enables the company to offer its maintenance services to Bermuda-registered aircraft, further expanding the company's reach across the industry.
The Bermuda BCAA authorisation presents Jet East with the ability to perform maintenance on Bermuda-registered aircraft within the United States and in Bermuda itself. Bermuda is home to a significant number of registered aircraft, making the authorisation an attractive certificate, which includes tax incentives for aircraft registration.
Jet East's ability to service Bermuda-registered aircraft adds a valuable dimension to the company's existing portfolio. The company intends to utilise the authorisation to focus primarily on AOG maintenance, providing technicians the ability to swiftly address critical maintenance requirements for Bermuda-registered aircraft, thereby minimising operational disruptions.
Gary Lee, chief operating officer for AOG maintenance at Jet East states: “Having the BCAA authorisation is an advancement for Jet East. Being able to support a wider range of owners and operators more readily is a priority. This authorisation advances company goals and broadens our ability to touch more customers abroad.”