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ITFC adds Bombardier Global 700 Series to its approvals

Posted 22 June 2020 · Add Comment

Inflite The Jet Centre (ITFC), based at London Stansted Airport, is adding base maintenance capability for the Bombardier Aviation Global Express (BD700 Series).



Above:
The Bombardier Global 700 Series aircraft.
Courtesy ITFC


Capability for both line and base MRO is now active under ITJC’s Part 145 organisation EASA rating. Further applications are in process to add the BD700 Series to all other NAA existing capabilities held by ITJC.

“This is another important strategic step for Inflite The Jet Centre, following our acquisition of Bombardier MRO specialist Excellence Aviation early in 2019. This latest accreditation expands the portfolio of aircraft types we can support and we look forward to working with, and supporting more Global Express operators in Europe and the Middle East,” commented Alan Barnes, General Manager, Inflite The Jet Centre.
 
With the now concluded integration of Excellence Aviation businesses, (which include CAMO and its Part NCC aircraft management business) Inflite can offer solid expertise as a Bombardier Challenger and Global BD700 MRO business. “This equips us well to serve demands for maintenance support on Bombardier platforms in the region - and at our London Stansted home too,” he added.

Inflite remains fully operational for both base and line maintenance, as does Inflite’s fully integrated VVIP integrated award-winning FBO - available to all corporate services.

Last week the FBO was pleased to return to normal service in support of the continuation of The Premiership, as well as continuing to provide governments with support during the Covid-19 crisis. With its unsurpassed facilities ITJC is perfectly equipped to serve such markets, whilst continuing to offer the very highest levels of service to its executive corporate customers too.

Inflite The Jet Centre Ltd is part of the Swan Investments Group, headquartered at Inflite House, London Stansted Airport.

 

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