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Component support agreement signed with Air Botswana

Posted 9 October 2017 · Add Comment

Air Botswana has renewed its contract with Sabena technics for the component support of its entire fleet of ATRs for the next three years.

The renewed contract covers component repair and overhaul as well as pool access on the airline’s fleet of four ATR aircraft (42-500 and 72-500). Sabena technics will still be supporting Air Botswana from its Dinard site which benefits from a recognised expertise in regional aircraft support.

“We are pleased to maintain our long-term partnership with Air Botswana and we will keep supporting their operations with the same dedication and efficiency as we did before, said Philippe Delisle, Chief Executive Officer of Sabena technics Dinard.

 

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