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Safair and Lufthansa Technik enter into contract

Posted 11 April 2016 · Add Comment

Safair has contracted Lufthansa Technik to provide total component support.

The Total Component Support (TCS) offered by Lufthansa Technik covers component maintenance, repair, overhaul as well as access to spares.
 
The contract came into effect this month, supporting Safair’s low cost carrier, FlySafair’s five Boeing 737 Next Generation aircraft.
 
The contract gives Lufthansa Technik the opportunity to strengthen its African presence, where as Kenya Airways, RwandAir, South African Airways and SA Express are already utilising its services. 
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