Moving towards outsourcing MOC contracts in the French Army Light Aviation

Helen Chachaty
05/07/2018 | 324 words
More "vertical" and more global MOC contracts, single, industrial project managers and creation of the DMAť (Aeronautical maintenance department) are just some of the measures that were announced by France's Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly in Evreux on 11th December at the launch of the aviation MOC transformation plan. Among the measures in question is the revision of maintenance contracts for certain helicopter fleets. Changes are also due to come in a few months' time with "pilot projects", in particular within the French Army Light Aviation.

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