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Sabreliner recasts itself as jet refurbishment centerSabreliner recasts itself as jet refurbishment center

Sabreliner Aviation is is recasting itself with expanded programs and service for more aircraft, said company President Greg Fedele. The company is investing millions of dollars in training, inventory, and capital improvements.

The company recently unveiled its new CertiFLY division to provide parts for a range of jet aircraft to include the Gulfstream IV, Hawker 700 and 800, Cessna 550 Bravo and 560 Ultra, and several Sabreliner models.

Innovative Capital Holdings acquired the assets of the former Sabreliner Corp. in January and reorganized as Sabreliner Aviation. Fedele joined the company in June and began leveraging its maintenance, repair, and overhaul capabilities to reposition Sabreliner Aviation as a flight support center for commercial and military aircraft.

Sabreliner Aviation plans to support many business aviation platforms and models, including Bombardier, Cessna, Challenger, Embraer, Falcon, Gulfstream, Hawker, and King Air. The company is an authorized installation center for Honeywell, Rockwell Collins, Garmin, and L-3 Communications, among others.

Alton Marsh

Alton K. Marsh

Freelance journalist
Alton K. Marsh is a former senior editor of AOPA Pilot and is now a freelance journalist specializing in aviation topics.
Topics: Technology, Maintenance, National Business Aviation Association

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