Qatar Executive has strengthened its position as a provider of maintenance services for aircraft in the Middle East following approval from the Bahrain Civil Aviation Authority to conduct line maintenance on Bombardier’s Challenger 604s/605s and Globals. The company recently received a similar approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands for Bombardier aircraft registered in the western Caribbean state. “With this move, Qatar Executive’s technical operation is responding to the growing numbers of visiting business jets, which are flocking into Doha on a daily basis as the economy of the country continues to show strong growth,” says the company.
“For private jet owners in the region, the enhanced maintenance capability removes the need to fly their aircraft to distant maintenance facilities, which provides significant cost savings on ferry flights. Additionally, private jets flying through Doha can now make efficient use of their stop in Qatar and have repairs carried out by Qatar Executive, so that downtime can be minimized.”
Qatar Executive’s maintenance service portfolio is complemented by its spare parts service and aircraft interior deep-cleaning, exterior washing, engine borescope and compressor washes, as well as brightwork polishing to keep up client aircraft appearances.