Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), the leading provider of hourly cost maintenance programs for the business aviation industry, announced it will be participating in the Aircraft Maintenance Panel Discussion titled Best Practices for Safety, at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 1300.
Robin Tozer, Technical Advisor for JSSI (ABACE Stand # H418), is based at the JSSI Hong Kong office and will be one of four panelists participating in the aircraft maintenance discussion. The session will explore best practices for aircraft maintenance that are designed to ensure a safe, reliable operation.Participants will introduce essential elements of aircraft maintenance, including how to minimize down-time of the aircraft when maintenance is required, reduce maintenance expenditures, and enhance aircraft reliability.
As a resident of Hong Kong, Robin Tozer has more than 20 years of aircraft engineer and maintenance experience throughout Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Mr. Tozer came to JSSI from Hongkong Jet, where he was Director of Engineering, and prior to that he wasa Bombardier Product Manager for Jet Aviation in Singapore. His extensive technical background also includes several years as Director of Maintenance for Metrojet Limited, a leading business jet operator in Asia, where he managed more than 100 aircraft mechanics.
About Jet Support Services, Inc.
Founded in 1989, JSSI is the only hourly cost maintenance provider covering virtually all makes and models of business aircraft, engines and APUs. JSSI provides its customers with comprehensive, flexible and affordable financial tools for managing the often unpredictable costs of operating and maintaining nearly all types of turbine-powered aircraft, including jets, turbo-props and turbine- powered helicopters. JSSI serves customers globally and manages maintenance services through its worldwide infrastructure of certified technical advisors.
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