Our team of knowledgeable engineers and technicians provide a maintenance service that is approved and certified by international aviation authorities and governed by stringent internal quality and regulatory audited control.

All maintenance facilities in the Luxaviation Group are committed to providing the highest level of service excellence. Our quality of workmanship is governed by stringent internal and regulatory audited quality controls. Our highly qualified engineers provide a 24-hour support service with minimum downtime to get you back in the air quickly, and with no compromise in terms of flight safety. Choosing the Luxaviation Group for the maintenance of your aircraft means putting your investment into reliable, experienced hands with a long-standing reputation for unmatched expertise and attention to detail.

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, has a long-standing reputation for unmatched expertise in MRO services. In the new group structure, ExecuJet will offer its service portfolio to our clients and manage the MRO services across the Luxaviation Group.


    We perform scheduled line and base maintenance on a range of business-aircraft types at our facilities. To ensure optimal passenger and crew safety, critical engineering tasks are reserved for our in-house engineers, who are amoung the most skilled and knowledgeable aviation technicians in the business.


    Whether owned or managed by us, every aircraft in the Luxaviation fleet is precisely maintained according to the CAMP maintenance tracking and information system. The CAMP system monitors engine health and prescribes aircraft maintenance requirements, which are determined by compliance specialists for each specific make and model or aircraft. Our technical personnel follow manufacturer procedures and attend aircraft-specific training sessions to remain up-to-date on new advances in technology. 


    Luxaviation is fully-prepared for the European aviation safety regulation changes that will be implemented in 2016. We have been working closely with EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) to ensure compliance with the new safety management rules when they come into force.