Jet Aviation St. Louis certified by Saudi Arabia as Approved Repair Station

By Jet Aviation from press release

2013/11/28 | 146 words | AVIATION WORLD NEWS | AIR TRANSPORT

Jet Aviation St. Louis has received certification by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) as an Approved Repair Station for aircraft registered under the Saudi Arabia General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA).

Saudi Arabia certificate AMO-109FA, issued in October, expands the authorizations already held by Jet Aviation St. Louis, which includes the 32 countries of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), as well as Aruba, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, South Africa and Gabon.

"The certification of Jet Aviation St. Louis by the Kingdom of Ssaudi Arabia's GACA is further evidence of our expanding capabilities on the global stage," said Chuck Krugh, senior vice president and general manager at Jet Aviation St. Louis. "From the addition of narrow-body service this year to our industry-leading installations of the latest avionics upgrades, Jet Aviation St. Louis continues to demonstrate our capabilities as a one-stop shop for our customers' aviation needs."

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