Jet Flight Service opens maintenance centre in Riga, appoints new manager

posted on 25th May 2018 by Omar
Jet Flight Service opens maintenance centre in Riga, appoints new manager

Jet Flight Service, with its headquarter in Moscow, opens New Maintenance Service Center in Riga which adheres to its strategic plan of developing its maintenance and engineering services to international clients.

The new maintenance facility will provide Line Maintenance Services and Base Maintenance Services for Embraer aircraft (Legacy 450/500/600/650) and Gulfstream aircraft (G350/450/550/650).

Jet Flight Service also appointed Frantisek Budin to the position of Base maintenance Manager of its new Maintenance Facility in Riga.

Frantisek Budin joins the company with immediate effect bringing with him his extensive skills in aircraft maintenance and experience of working with Embraer aircraft.

Prior to joining Jet Flight Service, he had spent 13 years with ABS Jets as Base Maintenance Manager and Technical Director where his main responsibilities were aircraft deliveries, incoming and pre-buy inspections, budgeting and forecasting for maintenance department.

Speaking about Frantisek ‘s appointment Jet Flight Service CEO Kirill Trushkovskiy said “I am very happy to welcome Frantisek Budin to our team, his extensive experience and expertise will be a major asset to our team.

This appointment ensures that we can move forward with the plan to further enhance our portfolio of maintenance and engineering services in Moscow and Riga.”

Frantisek Budin added “Joining Jet Flight Service is a great accomplishment for me and I am delighted to become part of a company and I look forward to implementing strategies that will ensure the company delivers outstanding services to its customers.”