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Now, aircraft operators and maintenance providers have an essential tool that not only allows them to reach out to each other but also helps them take control of endless paperwork and vendor self-audits.

JRA offers a comprehensive web-based directory service that links aircraft owners and operators with aircraft maintenance professionals.

Aircraft owners and operators get instant access to a worldwide database consisting of hundreds of pre-qualified maintenance facilities.

When unforeseen difficulties occur enroute, no matter how outlying the area, pilots can immediately search the database from any location — flight deck, home office or coffee shop — that has an Internet connection.

Jet Repair Anywhere’s unique search engine provides aircraft operators with a directory of maintenance facilities that are ready to service their aircraft with all required audit and compliance data already waiting.

On the other side of the equation, high-quality repair shops can be accessed by some 10,000 aircraft owners and operators — many of whom are Part 135 — to drive business to the hangar or help handle outsourcing for overflow business.

JRA offers two programs for maintenance providers , dubbed WRENCH One –for aviation companies that provide specialty services, such as NDT, aircraft cleaning services and interior work — and WRENCH Two — for full-service maintenance facilities.

For aircraft owners and operators, JRA offers two programs of service: the Toolkit program for operators with three or fewer aircraft and the Toolbox program for companies with four or more aircraft.

The Tool programs assist owners and operators in locating suitable maintenance facilities, paying particular attention to convenience, compliance and safety.

“We don’t own the jets and we won’t do the repairs. What we do — and do very well — is bring jet operators together with the best available maintenance shops in the nation,” says Cheryl Janke, CEO of JRA.

According to Janke, Jet Repair Anywhere was born out of the frustration of trying to find qualified maintenance resources as well as dealing with antiquated vendor audit compliance processes.

Janke, who received her A&P license in 1992 and has managed some of the largest Part 135 operations in the country, has also worked for a variety of company flight departments as well as overseeing completion of major projects such as the Boeing Business Jet and the Global Express.

“By harnessing the power of our comprehensive web-based directory service, your maintenance supervisor can usually have a technician waiting for you before you land,” Janke says.

JRA is headquartered in Scottsdale, AZ at 14555 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite 230, Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Visit www.jetrepairanywhere.com or call JRA toll-free at (877) 349-2538 or e-mail JRA president Cheryl Janke at cjanke@jetrepairanywhere.com