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JetSelect Obtains FAA Certification As A Part 145 Repair Station

Will Now Market Services To The Broader Aviation Community

Aviation service provider JetSelect Aviation, LLC, said Tuesday that its maintenance division has obtained FAA Certification as a Part 145 Repair Station. JetSelect Maintenance Services, LLC operates its repair station and offers aircraft maintenance services from their primary base at the Port Columbus International Airport (KCMH), Columbus, Ohio.

JetSelect’s Maintenance Team consists of technicians who maintain a large private charter fleets. With this latest certification, they will be able to market their private jet maintenance services to the aviation community.

Robert Austin, CEO for JetSelect Aviation, commented, “Our aircraft maintenance team has worked very hard for this achievement and we are very proud to have our private jet maintenance capabilities stand out in the aviation marketplace. As an organization we are experiencing solid and planned growth on several fronts and this certification will strengthen our ability to support our operations as well as to enhance our revenue streams.”

Gordon MacSwain, Director of Aircraft Maintenance for JetSelect Aviation, said today, “We are pleased with this major achievement which is the result of a lot of hard work by our team. The timing is right, the location is right and our market is steadily growing. We are excited about our accomplishments and you can expect us to build upon our outstanding capabilities, technology and experience to create a legacy of superior private jet maintenance service.”

Mario Bustamante, Manager of JetSelect’s Avionics Department, added, “This is what we have been working towards. Our Airframe, Engine and Avionics capabilities can now be fully leveraged by the marketplace. We are extremely excited about this milestone achievement in the airplane maintenance industry.”




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