The Company was founded in April 2014 and located at Vnukovo-3 Airport (Moscow, Russia).
VTS Jets is the Bombardier business jets maintenance provider approved in accordance with EASA Part-145 requirements (EASA.145.0303), Qatar CAR (QCAA/FAMO/181), Aruba DCA (DL-ACC-169), Bermuda DCA (BDA/AMO/637) and CAA of the Cayman Islands (194-CAY-AMO-2015).
All the maintenance staff has been trained in Bombardier Training Centers and on Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services facility in Berlin.
VTS Jets holds the approval certificates for Global Series and Challenger 604/605 line maintenance. In the near future the Company is planning to expand its type rating coverage with other Bombardier business jets models.
Aircraft maintenance is carried out in the dedicated brand new hangar.
AOG services are available in all airports in Moscow area (Vnukovo/Domodedovo/Sheremetyevo) and throughout Russia/CIS.
VTS Jets offers outstanding and sophisticated logistics solutions, providing timely spare parts delivery and customs clearance, reducing downtime to the practically achieved minimum.
The Customer oriented policy is the cornerstone of the Company’s corporate philosophy.
Meeting the highest industry standards is our ultimate goal.
Together with the Swiss company Jet Aviation Vnukovo-3 is developing the first in Russia and in CIS Joint venture for maintenance of business aviation aircraft.
The establishment of such a facility is a part of Jet Aviation's global strategy of development themselves into a around-the-world maintenance facility. Their dream comes true in Moscow with the support of the International Vnukovo Airport.
At the present time JVKO is approved by the Cayman and Aruba aviation authorities, and is waiting for Bermuda DCA approval.
Jet Aviation Vnukovo is an authorized warranty service facility for Bombardier, Gulfstream and Embraer.
Dassault Falcon Services
DFS AOG Go Team based in Vnukovo, we offer 7 days a week, 365 days a year, Falcon support for all Falcon models. Highly qualified, our technicians can fix any problem you might face on your Falcon with the objective of returning the aircraft to service as quickly as possible.