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Turkish Technic on heavy maintenance for Airblue's A321s

Romain Guillot
28/02/2018 | 96 words
Turkish Technic has won a heavy maintenance contract covering four Airbus A321s operated by Pakistani private airline Airblue.

A first aircraft entered Turkish Airlines MRO division's facility at the end of January and has just left Atatürk airport for Karachi after a C-Check.

Airblue currently uses 8 Airbus single-aisle aircraft in its fleet, including 5 A321s. Note that Turkish Technic has also had a contract renewed to support and repair Atlasglobal's Airbus single-aisle fleet for 5 years. The Turkish airline has been using Turkish Technic's services since 2013.
 
 
 
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