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Austrian Airlines expands its presence in Magnetic MRO hangars

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Krista Kuznecova
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Magnetic MRO is pleased to announce that Austrian Airlines has granted Magnetic MRO with heavy maintenance contract for the 2019/2020 winter season, booking three quarters of all available maintenance slots in Tallinn, Estonia. Under the new agreement, Magnetic MRO will continue to provide Austrian flag carrier with reliable services for their Airbus A320 family fleet.

Markus Besta, Austrian Airlines’ Head of MRO Management stated that “Due to proven reliability and infallible quality that Magnetic MRO has been demonstrating for more than 10 years of serving Austrian aircraft, we have confidently decided to proceed with them for the upcoming seasons as well.”

“We are so glad to further expand our long term cooperation with Austrian Airlines by signing this agreement under which Magnetic MRO will execute multiple C-checks.” said Andres Uusoja, Sales Manager at Magnetic MRO. “During the past decade we have built a mutual allegiance with Austrian Airlines out of trust and quality work; today we are happy to dedicate most of our available slots to them, proving our reliability in terms of providing flexible and tailor-made solutions based on our customers´ needs.”

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