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Aero Standard is Daher TBM Service Center in Croatia

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Croatia Aircraft: Airplanes

Daher expands its global support network for the TBM very fast turboprop aircraft with Aero Standard’s appointment as the Service Center in Croatia

Daher announced the appointment of Aero Standard, an EASA Part 145 maintenance organization based at Zadar International Airport, as the Croatia Service Center for its TBM very fast turboprop aircraft.

 This latest member of Daher’s global TBM service center network will perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for all TBM versions. Equipped with a mobile workshop for in-field maintenance and AOG (Aircraft on Ground) situations, Aero Standard provides a full range of support capabilities in its area of coverage in Eastern Europe.

 “Our addition of a service center in this region is motivated by the increasing number of TBM owners from across Europe who are flying to the Adriatic region for business or leisure,” commented Nicolas Chabbert, Senior Vice President of the Daher Airplane Business Unit. “In selecting Aero Standard, we chose a partner with a strong technical background acquired through its work for airlines, and which is committed to safety and high-quality work. This step reflects our commitment to make TBM customers benefit from superior service everywhere in the world.”   

 Aero Standard was founded in 2005 by three young engineers with one goal: to provide quality aircraft maintenance. “We are honored that our service center has been selected by Daher to support the TBM very fast turboprop aircraft,” said Aero Standard CEO Marko Kozarić. “The words: ‘Quality Aircraft Maintenance’ have appeared under our logo from the very first day, and we wear it with pride.”

 



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