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Aero-Dienst expands line maintenance portfolio to Phenom 300s
Aero-Dienst's Vienna airport station expects a rapid increase in orders for services on the Phenom 300. It will have three Phenom 300 specialists with Cat B1/2 type approval by the end of the year.
Due to the central position of its Vienna location within Europe, Aero-Dienst expects a high demand for maintenance services on the Phenom 300.
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Aero-Dienst will expand its range of maintenance services at Vienna airport in Austria from the end of June this year, when it will begin performing line maintenance for Phenom 300 business jets.

Established in 2006, the maintenance line station will be able to perform all scheduled and unscheduled maintenance work under its Part 145 approval up to 2,400 flight hour and 48 month inspections, and it will be able to work on components, batteries and wheels. In addition, the range of services will also include 24/7 AOG service.

Due to the central position of its Vienna location within Europe, Aero-Dienst expects a high demand for its maintenance services on this aircraft type, one of the highest-selling types in its class. Vienna station manager Christian Weigl says: "With the maintenance approval certificate issued at the end of June, we expect a rapid increase in orders for maintenance services on the Phenom 300."

Vienna airport is a popular destination for business jet operators and owners of this light jet. The available technology, performance and convenience make it very attractive for business travellers.

"We will have bulked up our expert team of Phenom 300 specialists to a total of three technicians with Cat B1/2 type approval by the end of the year," he adds.

"Adding the Phenom 300 to our portfolio represents another step in Aero-Dienst's growth strategy that we announced years ago," says head of maintenance Florian Heinzelmann. "The strategy also includes the March 2024 hangar expansion at our Vienna station, as well as adding to and training our experienced and motivated local team. This is what enables us to maintain a new aircraft type to our customers' fullest satisfaction."

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