Signature TECHNICAir, the aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) division of Signature Flight Support, has been named as a Textron Aviation Authorized Service Facility (ASF) for Cessna Citation and Hawker business jets.
With over 40 years of experience maintaining Cessna Citation jet products from its Bournemouth, UK service center, this OEM authorization is testament to the professionalism and excellent customer service that Signature TECHNICAir provides to aircraft operators.
TECHNICAir holds multiple airworthiness approvals including EASA Part 145, EASA Part M and FAA Part 145 repair station certifications, providing Citation and Hawker jet operators with comprehensive line and heavy maintenance services, avionics upgrades, aircraft modifications, and mobile Aircraft on Ground (AOG) support capabilities throughout the UK and mainland Europe.
In addition to its primary maintenance facility at Bournemouth Airport, TECHNICAir has established an expansive network of line stations and Mobile Service Unit (MSU) teams based out of several UK airports, including London-Luton, London-Biggin Hill, Farnborough, and Manchester. Staffed by highly skilled engineers, these fully equipped locations provide unrivalled 7-day a week line maintenance and AOG response services for many business aviation aircraft types in the region.
“We are delighted to be named as an Authorized Service Facility by Textron Aviation for their Cessna Citation and Hawker jet products,” commented Andy Preston, Managing Director of Signature TECHNICAir EMEA. “Our company has a long history of working on the Cessna Citation range of products, during which time we have developed a very strong reputation for delivering reputable and flexible aircraft maintenance services in the UK and European markets. I am confident that our team’s extensive experience and knowledge of the Citation products, together with our investments in growing our service capabilities, will prove to be a valuable addition to the authorized Textron Aviation support network in region.”