Raytheon to set up repair & maintenance unit with FBO

India’s growing demand for corporate jets has prompted US-based Raytheon Aircraft company to set up a company-owned aircraft maintenance and repairs facility in association with a fixed base operator (FBO) in the country in 2007.

Internationally FBOs typically offer a host of services to private jet users including re-fuelling, flight plan scheduling, getting clearances, quick security and custom clearances, car rentals, food and beverages, lounges, apart from maintenance and repair facilities. Though new for India, around 5,000 such FBOs are in operation in the United States alone.

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One Response to “Raytheon to set up repair & maintenance unit with FBO”

  1. kiran Says:

    iam doing aircraft maintenace engineeringi am looking for on job traing

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