Etihad Airways Engineering, Tarmac Aerosave partner to expand MRO services globally

Etihad Airways Engineering, Tarmac Aerosave partner to expand MRO services globally

posted the : 12.02.2019

Etihad Airways Engineering has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with TARMAC Aerosave, a company that specialises in aircraft maintenance, storage and recycling, jointly owned by Airbus, Safran and Suez. The MoU will help the two companies to recognise and pursue opportunities to develop, support and extend Part 145 maintenance services and products to their customers worldwide.

Etihad Airways Engineering and TARMAC Aerosave completed their first Airbus A350 C-check in January following the MoU for a leading Latin American airline at the TARMAC facility in Tarbes, France. To carry out the heavy maintenance check an Etihad Airways Engineering team flew from Abu Dhabi. The licensed engineers of Etihad Airways received an opportunity to complete hands-on Part 147 A350 training because of the A350 heavy maintenance check. The company will carry out the A350 maintenance checks in Abu Dhabi from March 2019.

Alain Leboucher, Executive Vice-President, TARMAC Aerosave said, “We are pleased to cooperate with Etihad Airways Engineering in order to develop synergies across our businesses and provide greater support to our customers worldwide.”

Photo caption: Alain Leboucher, EVP Sales and Development at TARMAC Aerosave and Frederic DuPont, Vice President Technical Sales and Customer Service, Etihad Airways Engineering sign a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly pursue opportunities to develop, explore, support and extend Part 145 aircraft maintenance services.

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