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Satair and VAS Aero Services expand their strategic cooperation with airframe and engine products

Romain Guillot
11/04/2018 | 119 words
VAS Aero Services and Satair, an Airbus wholly-owned subsidiary, announced that they are expanding their strategic services cooperation to include market-critical airframe and engine products. The new agreement covers servicing, certification, warehousing and distribution of OEM excess parts inventory, with the addition of market-critical engine product types.

The strategic services for used and surplus parts programs benefit Satair's global customer base, offering a wide range of opportunities for available parts with VAS' online parts sales platform and the Airbus Spares portal.

Additionally, the agreement provides Satair customers with access to VAS-owned certified surplus new and certified serviceable or overhauled used components, and related operational support.
 
 
 
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