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Air Kasai turns to Sabena Technics for ATR maintenance

Posted 15 June 2013 · Add Comment

Democratic Republic of the Congo-based airline, Air Kasaï, has selected Sabena Technics for the component support of its first ATR72-200.

Sabena will provide Air Kasaï with component support, pool access, implementation of a main base kit as well as continuous airworthiness management. Air Kasaï is believed to be planning to add an additional ATR to its fleet.

“In the last few years, on my previous positions, I had the opportunity to work with Sabena technics on similar technical supports. On behalf of Air Kasaï, I am glad to renew the relationship with Sabena technics, whose professionalism met all my expectations, said Raymond Cauchon, the airline’s general director
“It is beyond doubt that Sabena technics’ support will be a valuable asset for Air
Kasaï to consolidate our image and to improve our market share. It will also allow us to maintain reliability and safety in the highest standard”, Cauchon said.

 

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