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SyberJet announces its first European service centre

SyberJet Aircraft has announced that it has signed an agreement with Rheinland Air Service GmbH (RAS), based in Mönchengladbach, Germany, to become an authorized SyberJet Customer Service Center.


November 19, 2015
By SyberJet Aircraft

This is SyberJet’s first authorized international service center appointment and represents the company’s commitment to supporting its U.S.-based customers while traveling internationally, as well as those based in Europe in the near future. The SJ30’s 2,500 nm range makes it the perfect aircraft to operate to and from Europe. Now with maintenance support in the European market, SJ30 owners and operators can be sure that their new SJ30 will be supported 24/7 overseas with local, dedicated, SyberJet factory-trained personnel.

Headquartered at Mönchengladbach Airport near Düsseldorf, RAS becomes the first SyberJet international authorized service center with initial service in Germany and the surrounding region. With RAS’s reach in the area, SyberJet is confident that its operators will be well serviced as SJ30i aircraft deliveries begin in the near future.

“As we begin to deliver SJ30i aircraft, we want to deliver on the promise to the owner/operators for a fully supported world-wide service network. Bringing Rheinland Air Service on board is the first step in that process, but it will not stop there. We are committed to providing high quality service to back up the world’s great performing light jet in this market,” comments SyberJet Director of Sales and Service Mark Fairchild.

RAS CEO Johannes Graf von Schaesberg is excited to be part of the SyberJet team – “We have been watching the SJ30 program with great admiration and are excited to see the company expand its service and support into the European market. For a light jet with such long range it is vitally important to be able to provide service throughout the world and RAS is perfectly positioned to do just that in Germany, Europe and beyond.”