ExecuJet MRO Services Middle East completes heavy maintenance check, cabin refurbishment on Global 6000

ExecuJet MRO Services Middle East, a Dassault Aviation subsidiary, has completed work on a Global 6000 that included an extensive cabin interior refurbishment, installation of a new satcom system and an airframe heavy maintenance check.

This particular airframe maintenance check – which comes due once every 120 months – is one of the heaviest one can do on a Global 6000, as it also includes a full landing gear overhaul.

“A few years ago, clients in the Middle East would send these projects, a very heavy maintenance check coupled with a major cabin refurbishment, to MRO companies in Europe, but these projects are now coming here to Dubai,” says Nick Weber, Regional VP Middle East at ExecuJet MRO Services.

“Clients recognize that we have the capacity – including available slots – allowing us to be flexible in meeting client needs. And we have the manpower and expertise to deliver to the highest quality,” says Weber.

“Our highly trained engineering teams enjoy a wealth of experience on the Global and Challenger family of business jets,” he adds.

This particular Global 6000 also required some airframe specific work. The aircraft’s inboard flaps were subject to a service bulletin, from the aircraft manufacturer, requiring upper skin removal and rib replacement.

ExecuJet has performed more than 38 such flap repairs and owns the specialized tooling required to perform this service bulletin.

The MRO’s engineers and technicians are also very experienced at sheet-metal and composite structural repairs.