Metrojet Engineering Clark (MEC), the Philippines-based maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) station of Hong Kong-based Metrojet, has recently renewed the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Air Agency Certificate to perform Line and Base Maintenance on Gulfstream G450, G550, G650/G650ER and Bombardier Global Express, 5000, 6000; Challenger 300/350; 604/605 and Global 7500 aircraft. The FAA certification also includes the servicing and overhaul of aircraft batteries and wheel assemblies in its dedicated workshops.
“Since the opening of the new Metrojet Engineering Clark hangar facility in April 2021, we have seen multiple maintenance requests coming from the Philippines US-registered aircraft. The renewal of the FAA certification once again affirms MEC’s efforts in servicing the N-reg aircraft in the region. With the recognition, our team will continue to provide quality services to international standards,” said Sarith Vaikuntan, General Manager of Metrojet Engineering Clark.
The renewed US FAA Air Agency Certificate to Metrojet Engineering Clark is in addition to the already established approvals from the Philippines CAAP, the Cayman Islands CAA, the Qatar QCAA, the Isle of Man IoM, and the San Marino SMAR.
Established in 1997, Metrojet as part of the Kadoorie Group, pioneered business aviation services in Hong Kong. The company provides all-inclusive aircraft management, charter, maintenance, and aviation consultancy services to our growing business aviation customer base. Metrojet Engineering Clark currently operates a 7,100 m2 hangar providing both hangar and ramp parking and a fully authorised repair station with approvals from the Civil Aviation Authority of The Philippines (CAAP), The United States Federal Aviation Administration (The U.S. FAA), the Cayman Islands CAA, the Qatar QCAA, the Isle of Man IoM, and the San Marino SMAR. Metrojet Engineering Clark is a well-developed MRO facility designed to augment both heavy and line maintenance capabilities in the Asia Pacific region.