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Sabena technics wins a Boeing 787 heavy maintenance contract

Romain Guillot
04/07/2019 | 136 words
Sabena technics wins a Boeing 787 heavy maintenance contract
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Sabena technics has just won a base maintenance contract from Spanish airline Air Europa. Later this year, the French MRO will perform C-checks in "nose to tail" on two Boeing 787-8 aircraft in its Bordeaux facilities.

The French MRO company was already providing airframe solutions for Air Europa's Airbus A330 fleet.

"Accompanying our valued customers in their development is our goal. This new opportunity that we have been given confirms Air Europa's confidence in our services and rewards the daily efforts of our highly qualified staff", said Philippe Rochet, CEO of Sabena technics.

Sabena technics had extended its capabilities to the Dreamliner family last December, after receiving approval from the Direction Générale de l'Aviation Civile (DGAC) covering Boeing 787-8, 787-9 and 787-10 aircraft maintenance and modifications.
 
 
 
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