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Jung Sky’s MRO department gets certified for base maintenance
Once again, at the start of the year, we have some massive, celebratory news to share. A year ago, we talked about how we established our own Part-145 line maintenance organisation, and this year we have taken one more step forward and concluded the mission of adding aircraft maintenance services to our company’s DNA.
We are thrilled to say that, as of beginning of January 2024, Jung Sky’s MRO department is officially a certified BASE MAINTENANCE organisation, able to take on any base maintenance works on jet types Cessna 525, 525A and 525B.
FIRST ID10 & TWO MAINTENANCE STATIONS
Right after we received the news about base maintenance certification, our team started with their ID10 debut. The works are currently ongoing in our hangar at LDVA Varazdin Airport, just 53 miles outside of Zagreb, Croatia, and the aircraft going through the ID10 is one of our own tails, 9A-JSE.
As part of its aircraft maintenance service, Jung Sky now has two certified maintenance stations: one in Zagreb (ZAG / LDZA) where we offer line maintenance services, and one in Varazdin (LDVA) where we have a hangar and where we can do base maintenance tasks as well.
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