Harrods Aviation gains base maintenance approval on Challenger 300 series

Harrods Aviation has achieved an EASA base maintenance approval on the Bombardier Challenger 300 series aircraft at its London Luton facility.

The company has extensive experience of this type of aircraft and has been maintaining this type for over ten years, on an EASA line maintenance approval.

In gaining EASA base maintenance approval, Harrods Aviation has invested further in equipment, tooling and staff training to ensure that the level of support meets customer expectations.

John Bool Technical Director at Harrods Aviation comments, "Our staff at the London Luton facility are very skilled on the Bombardier product and have vast experience on the Global Express, Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and Challenger 650 aircraft types. By adding the Challenger 300 series aircraft, we can now offer a fully comprehensive service on this series of aircraft within the Bombardier fleet."

Bombardier Challenger 300 | Library photo.

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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 11th May 2017 | Issue #416