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MRO Europe: Safran Nacelles and Lufthansa Technik join forces in maintenance

Emilie Drab in Amsterdam
31/10/2018 | 291 words
MRO Europe: Safran Nacelles and Lufthansa Technik join forces in maintenance
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The co-operation between an OEM and an MRO company isn't just a story. Safran Nacelles and Lufthansa Technik opened MRO Europe exhibition in Amsterdam together, with the announcement of a co-operation agreement for the maintenance of Airbus A320 nacelles powered by LEAP. The aim is to provide greater service flexibility and reduce their costs.

More specifically, this co-operation will be in advance of the repair phase, in the engineering teams. When a fault is identified, Lufthansa Technik and Safran Nacelles engineers will work together to develop a repair solution. (...)
 
 
 
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