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Airbus A330 MRTT rating approval acquired by Sabena technics

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Airbus A330 MRTT rating approval acquired by Sabena technics - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

European Military Aviation Requirements and  the DSAé granted leading French independent MRO provider Sabena technics the approval to perform base maintenance operations on the Airbus A330 MRTT.

With this approval, the company is now able to deliver its quality, customized and cost effective airframe solutions to military operators in its dedicated maintenance facilities based in Nîmes and Bordeaux (France).

This recognition is based on both Sabena technics’ long-time experience on A330 aircraft as well as on its expertise in supporting various military transport and tanker aircraft.

© Header picture : Airbus Defense & Space – Hervé Goussé (master films)



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