Airbus Corporate Jets Welcomes U.S. Based Citadel Completions to ACJ Services Centre Network
Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) has signed a partnership agreement with Citadel Completions LLC, based at Chennault International Airport in Louisiana (U.S.) joins the ACJ Services Centre Network.
On Wednesday (December 7, 2022), Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ) announced that they have signed an agreement with Citadel Completions LLC to join the ACJ Services Centre network. Based at Chennault International Airport in Louisiana, USA, Citadel will provide ACJ customers with a wide range of capabilities including maintenance, engineering, modification and upgrade services. The signing ceremony took place at the MEBAA Show in Dubai, the Middle East and North Africa’s leading business aviation event. Citadel joins existing ACJ Service Centre Network locations in Dubai (UAE), Xiamen (PRC), Basel (Switzerland), Bordeaux (France), and Indianapolis, Indiana (U.S.). Network members offer a broad spectrum of capabilities such as all maintenance related activities, cabin refurbishing, and cabin/system upgrades, giving ACJ customers and operators a reliable global network of facilities to rely on.
With a focus on design excellence and on-time aircraft re-delivery, Citadel delivers superior customized services to their clients. The company’s facilities include a 10,000 ft. runway and a sprawling 260,000 square foot facility with multiple hangars, and Citadel’s highly skilled labor force delivers quality MRO services. Citadel Completions can support aircraft registered worldwide, and the company holds Part 145 Repair Station certifications from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Currently, more than 210 Airbus Corporate Jets are in service on every continent, including Antarctica, as well as over 1,800 Airbus private and business aviation helicopters. Customers include governments (50%), private individuals (25%) and corporate customers (25%). Airbus Corporate Jets offers unique expertise coupled with the best technology, finest service and highest standard of care in corporate aviation.
Source: Airbus Corporate Jets