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Welcome to Gama Aviation’s Bournemouth International Airport (EGHH) maintenance facility
Bournemouth International Airport (EGHH) is our primary European business jet maintenance centre, with base, line and AOG approvals alongside our paint shop facility. We have EASA, Bermuda, Cayman, FAA, IOM, Guernsey approvals for the Bombardier Challenger 601/604/605 and 850, Citations, Mustangs, Legacy series, Bombardier Globals, Hawkers, King Airs and Premiers.
We take great pride in our ability to help our owners and other operators, both large and small, maintain aircraft uptime through our AOG support services. We can supply 24-hour maintenance service 7 days a week.
At this location, we provide AOG support for the surrounding area, with a team of fully trained professionals ready to get your aircraft back into the air.
Passionate team committed to safety
Supplementary charter available
Experts across a wide variety of types
Cross-Europe support available
Strong parts supply chain
Base and line maintenance
Bournemouth Airport is our Turbo prop and jet maintenance centre, with base, line and AOG with EASA, Bermuda, Cayman, FAA, IOM, Guernsey approvals for the Bombardier Challenger 601/604/605 and 850, Citations, Mustangs, Legacy series, Bombardier Globals, Hawkers, King Airs and Premiers. The full list of capabilities is below.
You can rely on our line maintenance team’s expertise and fast response to return your aircraft to service in the shortest time possible, safely. From minor checks, to engine changes, we have the delivery capability to deal with a host of line maintenance requirements, across a wide range of types and certificates.
Seat / in-cabin faults
Minor cosmetic changes
Bombardier Challenger 604. Major input.
Our Bournemouth team are currently in work with a Bombardier Challenger 604 for the following base maintenance inputs. The aircraft, is the first of its type having a major maintenance input at our new facility at Bournemouth International Airport.
With many aircraft coming into another cycle of major checks, with 96 and 180 month major inspections (CL604) a common occurrence for owners, as well as landing gear overhauls at 60 and 120 months plus the requirements of new air traffic control mandates such as FANS-1/A, CPDLC and ADS-B Out, the planning and selection of base maintenance facilities to minimise downtime has become an art.
“Just a quick note to say thanks very much to all the guys for the input. A few sectors on, and all is working 100%.”
Our Bournemouth and Palm Beach International Challenger base maintenance facilities have a strong track record in delivering line and base maintenance services for the Challenger 600 series, delivering tasks such as:
300 hr, 24 month, 48 month and 96 month checks
Comms upgrades / installations
King Air maintenance centre
As a Beechcraft authorised service facility we provide comprehensive maintenance services covering base maintenance and phase checks, King Air modifications, King Air cold working and King Air ADS-B upgrades.
We offer King Air maintenance support through our Bournemouth, Aberdeen and Glasgow locations across a wide number of certificates including FAA, EASA, Cayman, Bermudan and Isle of Man. Typical tasks include:
ADS-B OUT (Automatic Dependant Surveillance – Broadcast) requires that the aircraft transmits its own GPS position via the Mode S transponder, regardless of whether the aircraft is being interrogated by a ground radar or by other aircraft’s TCAS. The GPS source must meet high accuracy and integrity requirements only available from a qualified WAAS GPS.
The European airspace mandate for ADS-B Out is effective from June 2020, and from January 2020 for US operations.
ADS-B Out Expert Discussion Forum.
See the recorded live stream of our expert discussion forum conversation about the upcoming ADS-B Out mandate with our two experts, Harry Lees, Principal Avionics Consultant and Stewart Toye, Senior Honeywell Field Support Engineer (Avionics) hosted by Gama Aviation’s Chief Marketing Officer, Duncan Daines.