ExecuJet MRO South Africa Poised for Record Year in Heavy Maintenance Checks

ExecuJet MRO at Lanseria targets to complete at least 11 heavy checks in 2024.

ExecuJet MRO South Africa
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ExecuJet MRO Services South Africa, the region’s leading business jet maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) facility, is on track to achieve a record number of airframe heavy maintenance checks in 2024, according to Gavin Kiggen, VP ExecuJet Africa.

Kiggen revealed that the Johannesburg-based facility, with hangar space for up to 14 aircraft, is expected to complete at least 11 heavy checks in 2024, exceeding their previous annual record of seven.

This growth is attributed to a significant increase in Dassault Falcon aircraft maintenance, as noted by the company’s leadership.


Capabilities Beyond Dassault

ExecuJet MRO South Africa holds approvals for both line and heavy maintenance on various Falcon models, including the Falcon 50, 20000, 900, 7X, and 8X.

Their team is also qualified to provide line maintenance for Dassault’s latest offering, the Falcon 6X.

Beyond Dassault, the company remains an authorized service centre for Bombardier and Embraer aircraft.

Their expertise encompasses heavy maintenance checks on Bombardier Learjet 40/60 and Challenger 600 series, along with Beechcraft King Airs and Embraer Legacy 650s.