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Aviation News MRO : ASL Airlines entrusts Sabena technics for the support of its ATR fleet

MRO : ASL Airlines entrusts Sabena technics for the support of its ATR fleet

Romain Guillot
03 JUL 2020 | 223 words
MRO : ASL Airlines entrusts Sabena technics for the support of its ATR fleet
ASL Airlines Ireland
Sabena technics and ASL Airlines Ireland have extended their support contract covering 4 ATR 42-300Fs and 12 ATR 72-200Fs. According to the agreement, Sabena technics will provide the airline with a large range of solutions including full PBH (Power By the Hour) support, pool access as well as repair and overhaul of rotable components.

The leading French independent MRO provider will be servicing ASL's fleet of ATR cargo aircraft from its Dinard facility (Britany), which benefits from a recognized expertise in regional aircraft types.

"ASL Airlines Ireland Ltd are pleased to join forces with Sabena technics for Rotable Component Support on our fleet of ATR Aircraft. We look forward to working together to ensure that our customers continue to benefit from ASL's industry leading levels of operational reliability, safety and customer's satisfaction", said Cormac Martin, Logistic Manager of ASL Airlines Ireland Ltd.

"We are proud to count ASL Airlines as one of our most important European cargo operators for the past 15 years and this agreement demonstrates their confidence in the quality and efficiency of our solutions. It is a true mark of trust, especially in these challenging times" added Philippe Delisle, Chief Operating Officer of Sabena technics.

Sabena technics specified that it currently have over 220 aircraft covered by PBH contracts.

Romain Guillot
Chief editor
Cofounder of Journal de l'Aviation and Alertavia


 
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