21 May 2019


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Geneva, Switzerland, 21st May 2019 – Strengthening the approach towards the Business Aviation and Special Mission Aircraft market, JetSupport and Scandinavian Avionics signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement, complementing the existing Cooperation Agreement from 2016.

The main objective of the new Strategic Partnership Agreement is to further expand the avionics business

opportunities for both companies, as well as all associated maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO)


JetSupport and Scandinavian Avionics have been collaborating already for several years, sharing many business and operational areas, such as aircraft and component maintenance, repair and overhaul, upgrades and technical solutions. The Strategic Partnership Agreement will enhance the offerings from JetSupport to their clients, as they get access to the extensive avionics capabilities of The SA Group, while the partnership will be able to offer one-stop-shop solutions for clients in the Benelux area, to an extent not

seen previously.

Michael R. Truelsen, CEO, Scandinavian Avionics:

“No doubt that we in JetSupport have found a great partner for a wide range of combined offerings, and we look so much forward to exploring this further. One thing is the extensive capabilities of both our companies, however the true core of our combined solutions offered to the market, is that we share the same values and mindset from a support and customer focus perspective.


From the start of operations in October 2001, JetSupport provides aircraft availability. We commenced our operations with this philosophy, but this still is the fundamental idea when we start working on an aircraft. Since 2001, we continuously strive to improve our operation, aligning with the needs of our customers. We expanded our service portfolio with avionic specialists, we added more airframe approvals, we introduced new maintenance programs and we proved our ability to perform the most challenging modifications. The only aspect which has not changed over the years is our goal: making sure the aircraft is available whenever the customer needs it the most.

Our base maintenance operations take place at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. We are EASA, FAA & TCCA approved and with multiple strategic dealerships and partnerships, we are able to offer you the complete package of technical service solutions necessary to keep your aircraft flying. Clear, correct and on-time, that is what we call JetSupport.