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RBR Maintenance moves growing Challenger maintenance program to Dallas Executive Airport

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RBR Maintenance, a Part 145 Repair Station based at Dallas Love Field, has announced that it will relocate its Challenger maintenance program to nearby Dallas Executive Airport (KRBD) to better accommodate rapid growth the program has been experiencing.

The additional location will occupy an 18,000 sq. ft. maintenance hangar (150 ft x 120 ft), alongside Ambassador Jet Center complete with pilot's lounge, large conference facilities and a staffed reception area.

RBR's Challenger program, led by Program Manager Paul Castleberry, includes FAA-certified and trained teams dedicated to both scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events, engine, APU and general airframe maintenance support on Challenger 601, 604 and 605 aircraft. Inspection capabilities include 12, 24, 36, 48, 96, & 144-month inspections as well as 600, 1,200, 2,400 and 3,000-hour inspections. Additionally, the location will have avionics service and installation capabilities onsite.

"As we expected, our Challenger maintenance program has experienced a high level of growth and interest recently, and we are proactively relocating these services to Dallas Executive to better serve these customers now and into the future," said Castleberry.

The move is part of a larger, long term strategic growth plan the company has developed, and includes a partnership with Ambassador Jet Center at the location to ensure RBR customers have access to not only first class maintenance services, but FBO, ground service and fueling at the location as well.

BlueSky Business Aviation News | 10th May 2018 | Issue #463

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