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Delta Private Jets Opens Maintenance, Repair And Overhaul Facility At Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, Delta Private Jets opened its new, state-of-the-art 40,000 square-foot comprehensive maintenance, repair and overhaul facility at its headquarters at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in Hebron, Kentucky.

The Delta Private Jets Tech Service Center provides private jet owners and operators with a one-stop MRO facility servicing a broad range of aircraft, company officials said. The facility is an FAA-certified Part 145 Repair Station. "This new MRO operation adds to the dynamic range of capabilities already provided by Delta Private Jets, while enhancing the aircraft management services we provide," said Cyril Turner, President of Delta Private Jets. "With our unique position in the industry and innovative aircraft management programs, Delta Private Jets offers aircraft owners and corporate flight departments an additional comprehensive solution for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance services."

Delta Private Jets' MRO, which is centrally located within the U.S., optimizes both repair costs and downtime for customers seeking either full nose-to-tail inspections or unexpected drop-in repairs, the company said. “The Delta Private Jets Tech Service team consists of factory-trained aircraft technicians with an average of 20 years' experience in private jet maintenance and repair. Services provided include aircraft inspections, mechanical and structural repair services, avionics repair and installation and non-destructive testing. Additionally, a mobile tech services team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and can be dispatched to locations across the world.”

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