St. LOUIS / May 12, 2015 – Jet Aviation St. Louis has received authorization from the Cayman Islands as an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) under the Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority.
Cayman Islands certificate 178-CAY-AMO grants Jet Aviation St. Louis full authority to carry out maintenance on aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands. Jet Aviation St. Louis has previously performed maintenance on aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands under one-time authorizations, a practice no longer necessary under the AMO certificate issued in April.
“The certification of Jet Aviation St. Louis as an AMO by the Cayman Islands expands our global capabilities, adding to the Aruba, Bermuda, European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and South African certifications we currently hold,” said Chuck Krugh, senior vice president and general manager at Jet Aviation St. Louis. “With this, Jet Aviation St Louis will be able to work on aircraft from 36 countries around the world. This is another addition to our capabilities as ‘one destination for all things aviation.’”
Jet Aviation St. Louis is a full-service aircraft maintenance, modifications and completions provider certified to AS9110B, ISO 140001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 standards. The company employs more than 800 people at its St. Louis Downtown Airport location. Jet Aviation St. Louis has in-house design and engineering departments, along with on-site cabinetry, upholstery, composite, avionics, sheet metal, and paint shops. Jet Aviation St. Louis is a Bombardier, Embraer and Gulfstream authorized service center and a Dassault Falcon and Hawker center of expertise. It also is an authorized service center for GE, Rolls-Royce and Honeywell engines. The location also offers FBO services.
For more information, visit www.jetaviation.com/stlouis.