ExecuJet Middle East has announced that their Embraer Legacy Authorised Service Centre agreement has been extended for their base maintenance capability in Dubai. This now covers up-to and including a 24 month (L4) inspection on the Legacy 600 and 650. ExecuJet is now the only Embraer Legacy Approved Maintenance Centre to carry out base maintenance in the Middle East region.
In December last year Embraer announced that they had appointed ExecuJet as the new Authorised Service Centre in the Middle East for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance. ExecuJet Middle East holds EASA, GCAA and further NAA AMO approvals for the Legacy aircraft type.
“ExecuJet welcomes the opportunity to extend our support to the Embraer Legacy 600/650 aircraft, which will be served out of our newly acquired hangar situated next to our existing facility at Dubai International Airport,” stated Nick Weber, Maintenance Director, ExecuJet Middle East.
In September last year ExecuJet expanded its maintenance capability at its Dubai International Airport base with the addition of a second 4,830 m² hangar. The facility is suitable to accommodate up to eight to ten aircraft or more of various sizes and also features 417 m² of additional office space. The Middle East maintenance division is additionally approved to support Bombardier. Hawker Beechcraft and Gulfstream G150 and G200 business aircraft models and with the added benefit of being a Honeywell Engine/APU and Avionics Service Centre,Rockwell Collins Business and Regional Systems Dealer and Artex Level 1 Service Centre.