In a joint venture agreement signed on Monday, Raytheon Aircraft Services will expand into Mexico providing technical support for the fleet of Aerolineas Ejecutivas.
Aerolineas Ejecutivas has been a Raytheon Aircraft dealer since 1993. The company established Mexico's first executive aviation fixed base operation and will continue to provide line service and aircraft sales.
The two companies anticipate beginning joint operations by the end of the year.
Raytheon Aircraft Services - Mexico will provide scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for the entire Beech product line, including Bonanzas, Barons, King Airs and Beechjets, plus line maintenance for Hawkers. The facility will also offer unscheduled maintenance support and emergency AOG response for in-country aircraft and for transient aircraft visiting Mexico.
Raytheon Aircraft Services-Mexico will be certified by both the FAA and the DGAC of Mexico. The facility will be located at the Toluca International Airport, 35 miles west of Mexico City.