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Airframe maintenance agreement - Airbus and Magnetic MRO

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Dana Ermolenko
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Magnetic MRO and Airbus have signed a long term airframe maintenance agreement for the support and maintenance of Airbus family aircraft. "The Total Technical Care is not only about the quality of MRO services. It's also about first-class customer support, transparent processes, and exceptionally high procedural standards. We're very proud of our team which has proven to meet these standards on numerous occasions. We are glad to expand our partnership with Airbus and share the experience of Magnetic MRO high quality of service with them and their partners. This has definitely opened new horizons for Magnetic MRO, and we are looking forward to wide cooperation now that we are an approved supplier for Airbus maintenance-related activities," shared Inga Duglas, Chief Commercial Officer at Magnetic MRO

Magnetic MRO provides EASA and FAA-certified Total Technical Care services for aircraft operators and owners in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. 

Magnetic MRO Group provides narrow and wide-body aircraft line maintenance via its global network of over 20 stations across Europe, Asia and Africa. The company's heavy maintenance services are delivered at its MRO centre in Tallinn, Estonia. Integrated with LEAN processes, aircraft maintenance is conducted at Magnetic MRO's advanced 5-bay facilities which are equipped with hi-tech solutions, including automated docking stations, tooling RFID as well as other IT solutions that allow to assure efficiency in work and precise on-time delivery.



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