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Sabena technics and Precision Air extend collaboration

Posted 23 June 2017 · Add Comment

Precision Air is to keep Sabena technics for the component support of its entire fleet of ATRs.

This selection marks the extension of an existing contract signed with Sabena technics in 2010.

Since 2010, Sabena technics has been servicing Precision Air’s ATR fleet from its Dinard site which benefits from a recognized expertise in regional aircraft support. Solutions under the renewed contract include component repair and overhaul as well as pool access with advanced standard exchange components service on the airline’s fleet of nine ATR aircraft (42-500 and 72-500). 

“We would like to thank Precision Air for the renewed trust they placed in our company. We are proud to be a partner to one of the largest operator of ATR aircraft in Africa and we look forward to keep supporting their growth and development”, commented Nasser Skalli Housseini, VP Sales of Sabena technics.

“We are delighted to extend our well-established partnership with Sabena technics”, said Gennaro Sicurezza, Technical Consultant of Precision Air. “We have selected them because of to the quality of their work and standards in terms of safety, quality and efficiency. We look forward to working with them for the next seven years”.

Philippe Delisle, President of Sabena technics DNR added:  “Sabena technics started in early 1990s to provide ATR global component solutions. Thanks to our worldwide largest in-house component MRO capabilities as well our constantly increased and renewed dedicated pool, we are able to provide our customers with a higher aircraft dispatch reliability and proven cost-efficient solutions.”

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