Hangar8 Enhances MRO Support on London’s Oxford Airport

AINmxReports » September 5, 2012
company Hangar8 has enhanced the support capabilities at its Oxford, UK, MRO facility to cover a broader range of business aircraft.
Company Hangar8 has enhanced the support capabilities at its Oxford, UK, MRO facility to cover a broader range of business aircraft.
September 5, 2012, 1:20 PM

London Oxford Airport-based aircraft management and engineering company Hangar8 has enhanced the support capabilities at its Oxford, UK, MRO facility to cover a broader range of business aircraft.

Within a year of acquiring EASA 145 approval, the company now provides Camo-Part M and line support for all Hawkers (including the 4000 and Beechjet/Hawker 400), the Dassault Falcon 2000, Citation 525 series and Embraer Phenom 100.

Recently added accreditations were for the Bombardier 601, 604 and 605; Global 5000 and 6000 and Falcon 50EX approvals are expected shortly. The company also plans to add Learjet 45/31A approvals and expand into support for the Boeing BBJ and Airbus ACJ by the middle of the fourth quarter and has already secured Camo approval for the Embraer E170/190 (Lineage 1000) and Citation 560 Excel.

On the base support side the company can now undertake typical annual inspections for its own managed fleet and those of third-party customers. It is also mandated to cover warranty support on its own managed Hawker fleet.

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A Norak
on September 6, 2012 - 10:24am

On what planet is Oxford in London, as we all know it is in the midlands, certainly closer to Birmingham than Westminster

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