ExecuJet wins UAE Navy contract

ExecuJet Middle East is to provide support for a Bombardier Learjet 35 aircraft operated by the UAE navy.

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By  Neil Denslow Published  April 12, 2004

ExecuJet Middle East is to provide support for a Bombardier Learjet 35 aircraft operated by the UAE navy. The deal covers maintenance, operational personnel, training and the provision of spare parts for the aircraft. “As a local company, we are very proud of our partnership with the UAE Navy on the Learjet 35. The aircraft is utilised in a wide variety of mission profiles, and further illustrates the wide scope of specialised and customised aviation services that ExecuJet can offer,” comments Khadar Mattar, sales director, ExecuJet Middle East. “Working with a local entity for this aircraft will provide the UAE Navy many cost and operational efficiencies. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship with ExecuJet,” adds a UAE Navy spokesperson ExecuJet is currently building a dedicated aircraft service centre and spare parts depot at Dubai International Airport. The service center, which is being built in partnership with Bombardier Aerospace, will provide complete maintenance and services for the Bombardier Global Challenger and Learjet families.

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