NetJets Opens New Maintence facility in Paris

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Berkshire Hathaway’s NetJets, the world’s largest private jet operator, has recently unveiled its state-of-the-art Maintenance Service Hub at Paris Airport-Le Bourget. This new facility aims to provide round-the-clock maintenance services for all NetJets aircraft operating in Europe, catering to the growing demand in the region.

In collaboration with JetSupport, the Le Bourget Maintenance Service Hub offers a comprehensive 24/7/365 MRO (maintenance, repairs, and operations) service. With this strategic expansion, NetJets seeks to ensure the smooth functioning of its impressive annual tally of 450,000 global flights. In addition to the new Paris hub, NetJets also operates a maintenance hub at London Luton Airport.

Spanning an area of 4,014 square meters, the Le Bourget service hub hangar boasts an additional 11,329 square meters of ramp space. This extensive facility can comfortably accommodate NetJets’ largest aircraft models, such as the Bombardier Global 6000 and Bombardier Challenger 650. By providing ample capacity, the company aims to maximize aircraft availability and minimize downtime.

Christian Luwisch, the executive director of NetJets Europe, expressed his delight in officially inaugurating the Maintenance Service Hub at Le Bourget. With NetJets’ continued fleet expansion in Europe, Luwisch emphasized the importance of scaling up operational capabilities to ensure uninterrupted service for aircraft owners. Safety remains the company’s utmost priority, and the strategic locations of both Le Bourget and Luton hubs play a crucial role in delivering seamless and proactive servicing.

NetJets’ new Maintenance Service Hub at Paris Airport-Le Bourget is a testament to the company’s commitment to excellence in aircraft maintenance and customer satisfaction. By establishing this 24-hour facility, NetJets reinforces its position as a leader in the private aviation industry, providing reliable and efficient services to its discerning clientele.

© 2023 David Mazor

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