More Maintenance: Raytheon Gets First NetJets Award


Fractional operator NetJets recently recognized Raytheon Aircraft Company’s Little Rock, Ark., facility for outstanding performance, Raytheon said last week. The facility, which performs scheduled maintenance on NetJets’ fleet of Hawker 400XP, Hawker 800XP and Hawker 1000 aircraft, consistently achieved top-level results from NetJets management and operations teams, according to the company. The NetJets award was created “to recognize its partners and suppliers for their role in supporting” NetJets’ fleet. It is based on performance, quality, reliability and meeting customer needs, according to Raytheon. Raytheon’s receipt of the award marks the first time is has been issued. “We appreciate all that our partners do every day to help make NetJets a success; this is one way for NetJets to recognize consistent results and ensure continued performance,” said Don Crauswell, director of Fleet Base Maintenance for NetJets Inc. NetJets said it intends to “float” the trophy to each quarterly winner, with the next award announcement scheduled for July based on performance during the second quarter. NetJets also plans to issue an annual award that recognizes the most consistent performance throughout the year.