Jet Aviation Basel has expanded its maintenance capabilities, adding the B787 Dreamliner to its capability list following recent receipt of EASA Part-145 approval. The company was awarded the world’s first private completions project for B787-9 in May 2015.
Jet Aviation Basel has received approval from EASA to add Boeing’s new flagship B787 Dreamliner to its Part-145 capability list. With this approval the company is authorized to provide warranty maintenance and completions support to the new all-carbon airframe.
“As an authorized Boeing Service Center, we are delighted to expand our service offerings to support owners and operators of the Boeing B787,” says Johannes Turzer, senior vice president and general manager of the Jet Aviation Basel Maintenance Center. “Our goal is to provide business aviation customers seamless maintenance services to the highest standards. This approval attests our ability to do just that.”
Neil Boyle, senior vice president and general manager of the Jet Aviation Basel Completions Center, adds, “We have allocated considerable time and resources the past few years to advancing our capabilities with the new aviation technologies of the Boeing 787. I am very pleased to have our skills and competencies recognized by the regulatory authorities as we prepare to complete our first VVIP Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner.“