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Mauritania awards parts business to Sabena Technics

Posted 24 September 2013 · Add Comment

Mauritania Airlines has signed a five-year integrated services contract with Sabena Technics for spare parts for its fleet of Boeing B737 CG & NG aircraft until 2018.

Within the scope of the contract, Sabena Technics will provide Mauritania Airlines with unlimited pool access B737 CG & NG, components, repair & overhaul services, engineering & maintenance as well as a dedicated main base kit to ensure the continuity of the flight operations, anywhere in the world. Additional added-value services are also provided on a punctual basis by Sabena Technics and tailored to Mauritania Airlines’ needs in order to improve the reliability of its flight operations.

“Mauritania Airlines International selected Sabena technics for its maintenance services in order to rely on an MRO organization which allows our company to concentrate on its core business and on its growth, which has been constant since its creation”, said Hassana Ould Ely, CEO of Mauritania Airlines International.

Rodolphe Marchais, Chairman & CEO of Sabena Technics said: “ This new contract reinforces our company’s position in Africa and highlights our will to keep developing strong relationships with airlines based in Africa.”

 

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