Our highly qualified engineers provide a 24-hour support service with a minimum downtime to get you back in the air quickly, and with no compromise in terms of flight safety. Choosing ExecuJet for the maintenance of your aircraft means putting your investment into reliable, experienced hands with a long-standing reputation for unmatched expertise and attention to detail.
Specialising in servicing airframe, avionics and engines, our aircraft technicians are certified for a wide range of business jets and utility aircraft, including Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, Hawker and turboprops. ExecuJet currently offers maintenance services in Beijing, Berlin (LBAS), Cape Town, Dubai International Airport, Dubai South, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, Lagos, Melbourne, Moscow (LBAS), New Delhi, Perth, Sydney, Tianjin and Wellington.
All maintenance operations performed within the global ExecuJet network comply with the world's most stringent regulatory requirements. Our consistent commitment to uncompromising service excellence and quality workmanship ensures efficient, reliable and safe operation of all our aircraft
Expertise is described as the combination of skill and knowledge. ExecuJet provides the expertise and resources to handle virtually any maintenance task, caring for business aircraft in five regions around the world.
As part of our Aircraft Management services, ExecuJet’s Maintenance Supervision Department plans and controls all maintenance work, performed on the aircraft by the maintenance provider. After completion of the work we will screen each and every maintenance invoice and ensure that all warranty repair work will be claimed on behalf of the customer. Since maintenance is a costly component of aircraft operation, this specialist service provides significant value to aircraft owners.
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In early 2019 Luxaviation announced the sale of the Maintenance division of ExecuJet to Dassault. Subject to obtaining the required approvals, the ExecuJet maintenance activities will be stepwise integrated into the structure of Dassault Aviation Group over 2019. All details and further information can be found here.