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Air Service Basel closes maintenance department

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Air Service Basel closes maintenance department - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

In light of economic pressures and the recent global pandemic, the Basel-based FBO has announced that it will close its Maintenance department by latest August 1st 2020. 

CEO Claudio Lasagni reports: “Business aviation has undoubtedly been facing challenges for a while now and the Corona pandemic has certainly not been in our favour. It’s with a heavy heart that we close the maintenance department, but we remain positive about the industry bouncing back after this crisis. We will be shifting our focus on developing new areas of the business." 

All other services CAMO, Aircraft Parking and Executive Handling will remain operational.



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