ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia now the leading MRO in Asia for Dassault Aviation

posted on 14th December 2020 by Eddie Saunders
ExecuJet MRO Services Malaysia now the leading MRO in Asia for Dassault Aviation

“Many Falcon customers prefer to send their aircraft to a Dassault-owned facility for peace of mind, knowing that their aircraft will be taken care of to the highest standards,” says Lim.

“Falcon aircraft accounted for less than 10% of ExecuJet’s Malaysian business in 2019, being an inception year, but by the end of 2020 Falcon aircraft will account for 15-20% and next year we anticipate Falcon aircraft will account for at least a third,” continues Lim. ExecuJet Malaysia is also an approved service centre for Bombardier and Gulfstream business jets and continues to see year-on-year growth from both product lines as well.

ExecuJet’s hangar, workshops and office occupies 64,000 square feet of land at Subang Airport but, as a temporary measure so it can cater to the increased flow of maintenance work, it has expanded into a second hangar that is 32,000 square feet and is adjacent to its main facility.

Due to its growing business, the company plans to move into a new, purpose-built facility at another section of the airport that will be dedicated to business aviation. The new facility will be 100,000-150,000 square feet and have a hangar large enough to fit 10 to 15 large cabin, long-range business jets simultaneously.

“The new facility will help serve the increasing number of Falcon aircraft in Asia, amongst others,” says Lim.