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Aviation News Safran Landing Systems wins a new MRO contract for easyJet's A320 family fleet

Safran Landing Systems wins a new MRO contract for easyJet's A320 family fleet

Romain Guillot
16 JAN 2020 | 205 words
Safran Landing Systems wins a new MRO contract for easyJet's A320 family fleet
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EasyJet has picked Safran Landing Systems again to maintain for its A320 family fleet. This new contract provides a three and a half-year extension to the previous contract of the same type which was signed in 2017.

The Safran group subsidiary which specialises in landing gear and carbon brakes will carry out maintenance and overhaul on 68 landing gears over a period between January 2020 and June 2023. The maintenance operations will be carried out by Safran Landing Systems MRO facility at Gloucester (United Kingdom).

"We are delighted to see easyJet renewing its confidence in our services. It clearly demonstrates our ability to deliver rigorous safety standards and, at the same time, the most competitive level of services, quality and performance. It also highlights easyJet's commitment to our Gloucester site and the Safran Landing Systems' teams are very proud of it", said Jean-Paul Alary, Chief Executive Officer of Safran Landing Systems.

Safran Landing Systems provides eight repair centres to airlines across Europe, Asia and on the American continent for their landing gears. Its support network also features repair stations for their wheels and brakes, as well as for the systems and equipment provided with landing gears.
Romain Guillot
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Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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