Rizon Jet Receives Additional Maintenance Approvals for the Doha and London Biggin Hill MROs
Wednesday, 25 July 2012
Doha, Qatar, Rizon Jet has been granted an aircraft maintenance organisation (AMO)certificate by the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation for its Doha maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility, covering maintenance and repair of Bermuda-registered aircraft.

Doha MRO currently hold approvals from European Aviation Safety Agency - EASA Part 145, Isle of Man Civil Aviation Administration (CAA), Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (Part 145); Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (Part 145); Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands.

Together with MRO facility in London Biggin Hill Airport (EGKB / BQH), the United Kingdom, it  covers line and base maintenance for the following aircraft:

Bombardier Learjet 45, Bombardier CL600-2B16 (Challenger 605), Bombardier CL600-2B19 (Challenger 850), Bombardier BD700-1A10 (Global Express), Bombardier BD700-1A11 (Global 5000), Bombardier Challenger 300, Hawker 750, Hawker 800XP, Hawker 900XP, Hawker Beechcraft B390 (Premier 1/1A), Learjet 45 B, Dassault (50 and 50EX) and Cessna (550 and 560).

There are over 500 aircraft on the Bermuda registry and the majority are of low age assets with significant value. Bermuda is a tax neutral (an
 taxation) and free
 controls business environment. It is an Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom, while the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation (BDCA) is subject to safety oversight surveillance by the Air Safety Support International (ASSI), a subsidiary of the Civil Aviation Authority of the United Kingdom who ensures compliance with international aviation safety standards.

Licensed aircraft engineers based at our Doha site are available 24 hours a day to service airframes, avionics and engines.