BJET offers its services for rental of both Russian- and foreign-made aviation equipment for civil aircraft commercial servicing.
On top of that, among our principal businesses are airport equipment production and sales, as well as technical support (service maintenance and repair) of ground aviation equipment.
Ground aviation equipment rental allows you to promptly meet the changing needs and provide the necessary resources while avoiding considerable expenses.
The fleet size can be regulated depending on seasonal and daily demand
No risks of equipment shortage and corresponding financial losses in case of equipment failure
No need for investing large sums of money due to expansion or introduction of new services, or due to attracting a new client
Spare parts ensuring departure are immediately available
We supply spare parts worldwide on the conditions convenient for you. Today, the most popular request is a turnkey supply, which includes purchase, delivery, and customs clearance in the country of destination. Also, at your discretion, you can engage your own brokers and forwarders, and order and unload EXW.
In case of turnkey delivery – yes, all customs clearance services, including import VAT, are included in the cost of the part. We always specify the terms of delivery in our quotes, according to your request.
Our company has VAT exemption from the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation for all spare parts and assembly components for various aircraft types such as Bombardier (BD-700-1А10, BD-700-1A11, CL-600-2B16), Challenger 650, Gulfstream GVI (G650), Gulfstream GIV/GV; therefore, they are sold in the Russian Federation also with a 0% VAT rate. If you would like to get such exemptions for your company and the required aircraft types, feel free to contact us. Our customs department will help to prepare the documents and will support the entire procedure in all government agencies.
All spare parts, including consumables and assembly components, are supplied with EASA Form 1/FAA certificates confirming that they meet international standards
There are two main types of business aircraft operation: a private one and a commercial one. Private operation (general aviation, or GA) means flights of the aircraft owner and their immediate circle exclusively. Commercial operation provides not only for the owner’s flights, but also for the sales of charter flights to third parties in order to make profit to cover part of aircraft operating costs.