Desert Jet MX Awarded FAA Diamond Award of Excellence

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Desert Jet MX Awarded FAA Diamond Award of Excellence

Leading business aviation services company Desert Jet, proudly announced its Part 145 Certified West Coast aircraft maintenance and repair station, Desert Jet Maintenance, which specializes in the maintenance of Citation aircraft, was recently awarded the Diamond Award of Excellence by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). This prestigious award is a true testament to the talent and spirit of the company’s maintenance team.

“This award exemplifies our commitment to training and safety,” said James Logue, General Manager of Desert Jet Maintenance. “By following a rigorous training regimen, including training with the FAA and OEM manufacturers, Desert Jet Maintenance is now amongst an elite few that qualifies for this coveted award. This level of training assures customers of the finest possible care of their aviation investments.”

Every Desert Jet Maintenance Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) participated in this program that annually tests on continuously updated maintenance procedures and FAA regulations. The Diamond Award of Excellence is the FAA’s highest award for Aviation Maintenance Technicians and employers.

Desert Jet Maintenance is a vital part of the Desert Jet family of companies based at the Jacqueline Cochran Regional Airport (KTRM) in Thermal, California.

About Desert Jet Maintenance
Desert Jet Maintenance is a Part 145 FAA certified repair station based in the greater Palm Springs area that performs scheduled and unscheduled maintenance on jet aircraft with capabilities on Citation, Beechcraft, Bombardier and Embraer jet aircraft. Desert Jet Maintenance has quick AOG response time with Mobile Service Units that are dispatched throughout Southern California by air or by ground. Capabilities include airframe and engine maintenance for all Citation aircraft, including all Citation Jet 525 aircraft, Citation 650, Sovereign, Latitude, Mustang and Citation X, as well as Beechcraft Premier, Bombardier Challenge 300 and Embraer Phenom 100/300. Other capabilities include full battery and air conditioning servicing as well as FAA approval to conduct maintenance on Canadian registered aircraft. Learn more at: desertjet.com

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