JetMS adds Embraer ERJ135/145 and Legacy 600/650
Jet Maintenance Solutions (JET MS), a global provider of integrated aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul solutions for business and regional aviation is proud to announce receiving approval to conduct MRO services on Embraer ERJ135, Embraer ERJ145, Embraer Legacy 600, and Embraer Legacy 650.
The introduction of the aforementioned aircraft types into JET MS operations is a meaningful step for the company. One of the most important reasons to expand our services portfolio with these particular types is that we must respond to our customers’ needs. By adding capabilities to serve the ERJ and Legacy aircraft families, Jet Maintenance Solutions strengthens its position in the market as leading maintenance, repair, and overhaul provider with strong prospects to gain a new class of clients operating more than 1,200 aircraft built to date. Since the inception of the types into world markets, the families of aircraft have served numerous purposes ranging from those of a commercial regional aircraft to those of luxurious transport created for the world’s most famous and lucrative individuals.
“It is a momentous achievement for all of us at JET MS. Upon receiving the approval, which in turn expands our service range for Embraer aircraft, our company takes yet another step to becoming a leading MRO provider for business and regional aviation. Since the implementation of our new and revised business plan in 2020, every step JET MS has taken has been marked with great success. By continuing to focus on client needs, sustainability, long-term viability, and expanding our services portfolio, Jet Maintenance Solutions is on track to become a global and renowned brand for all business and regional aircraft MRO matters.” – commented the CEO of Jet Maintenance Solutions Vytis Zalimas.
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