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Air Support celebrates its 30th anniversary and confirms a strong recovery

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

Air Support, a partner of choice for aircraft component MRO, mainly for engine, cabin and lighting components, is celebrating its 30 years anniversary for this month. Established in 1992, the Gers-based company, with now 150 associates headed by Sabine Tertre, targets to hit revenues worth of €30M for 2022-2023.

Moving forward

Following the impact of the health crisis, Air Support show resilience by investing in new industrial resources. With the help of the France Recovery Plan, they engineered a new fuel test bench destined to test current and new-generation fuel pumps (CF34, CFM56, LEAP and GEnX). Air Support have also invested in a new ERP system that will help digitalize entire corporate processes (paperless plant). 

With the steep recovery since early 2022, corporate is now exceeding pre-Covid workload. To support growth, Air Support plan to invest in a brand new positive-energy building! 

At Air Support they deeply believe that CSR approach provides a real opportunity to come up with a company project along with all its stakeholders.  "It is important to see CSR in an overall approach for industrial performance so as to maintain the Stand Firm and keep conform with the qualities we value for 30 years: ambition, passion, cohesion and excellence. Our commitment deals with real actions to set ourselves challenging goals for a sustainable world," says CEO Sabine Tertre. 

One goal: act as forward-looking responsible player!

Air Support is a partner of choice for aircraft component MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul), mainly for engine, cabin and lighting components. In addition, Air Support offers on-site Technical Assistance for in customers in France or abroad.  Located in Pujaudran (Gers) since 2013 and managed by Sabine TERTRE, Air Support targets to hit revenues worth of €30M for 2022-2023.  With 150 employees and 200 customers across 40 countries, Air Support is a reliable partner that supports the main actors of the aerospace industry.

Key dates 

  • 1992 : Corporate establishment in Colomiers (31)
  • 2007 : Acquisition of Reach Aero Services, a company s with core business in the trade and repair of aircraft seats
  • 2010 : Merger/Absorption of Reach Aero Services by Air Support
  • 2013 : Air Support relocate and consolidate  their MRO and  on-site support activities in Pujaudran(Gers area)
  • 2017 : Sabine TERTRE turns main corporate shareholder 

Focus on the events for the 30 years anniversary 

This anniversary was also a great opportunity for the company to thank its employees for this great human adventure on a daily basis, their unfailing involvement and the work done for all these years with the same passion for aeronautics! Air Support were also able to enjoy a special moment with all their customers, financial, institutional and economic partners and suppliers to thank them for their loyalty and trust! 



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