New maintenance facility at Friedrichshafen Airport

Photo: Elite Jet Service GmbH.
Photo: Elite Jet Service GmbH.

New maintenance facility at Friedrichshafen Airport

Photo: Elite Jet Service GmbH.
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Elite Jet Service GmbH has been with a new maintenance base for jet aircraft at Bodensee-Airport Friedrichshafen since March 01st, 2021.

The company, headquartered in Mönchengladbach, offers maintenance operations for smaller jets at Friedrichshafen Airport. Since March 1st, it has been renting a parking space for aircraft as well as office space and storage space at the airport. “We made a very conscious decision in favor of Friedrichshafen Airport as a new and additional location for our maintenance organization. We recognize a high demand potential, which we will take care of comprehensively with our qualified employees ”, says managing director Christian Böck.

From the point of view of the airport managing director Claus-Dieter Wehr, there is also no cut-throat competition with the resident company Airplus Maintenance GmbH: “We have succeeded in gaining an interesting addition to our recognized maintenance expertise at Friedrichshafen Airport. With Elite Jet Service GmbH, a highly qualified maintenance operator has come to Friedrichshafen who is expanding the existing expertise with additional aircraft types and thus increasing the serviceable market. We are very pleased that we can create more jobs for the region at the airport and expand the use of the airport in the area of ​​maintenance. This underlines the importance of the airport as a transport infrastructure and an important location for aviation companies in the region. " 

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