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Aviation News Air Support becomes a Meggitt approved repair station for high pressure engine valves

Air Support becomes a Meggitt approved repair station for high pressure engine valves

Emilie Drab
18 JUL 2019 | 151 words
Meggitt has signed a principle agreement with Air Support to provide maintenance for high pressure regulation valves for engines and associated equipment. Its objective is to improve the level of service on key engine platforms and to reduce turn-around times (TAT).

Air Support will now have access to the services proposed by Meggitt, in particular access to OEM spare parts, its technical documentation and its engineering teams. It is extending its repair capacities to the British equipment manufacturer's products.

As for Meggitt, it sees its agreement with Air Support as an opportunity to expand its "global reach, making it even easier for our customers to do business with us and ensuring we deliver first
class service levels across the entire range of Meggitt product worldwide", as Adrian Plevin, Meggitt Service and Support SVP of sales and marketing, summarises.
Emilie Drab
Assistant editor
Civil aerospace, Air transport


 
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