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HAITEC Opens New Line Maintenance Station in FRA

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Krista Kuznecova
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As of March 2017, HAITEC now offers Line Maintenance support at Germany’s largest airport in Frankfurt/Main.

The planning and opening of new Line Maintenance stations is a key element of HAITEC’s growth strategy. Headquartered at Hahn Airport and one of Europe’s largest aircraft maintenance organizations with 22.000 sqm

hangar space and currently more than 400 employees, HAITEC now provides Line Maintenance support at seven international airports.

“In recent years, we have continuously expanded our aircraft maintenance service portfolio and appreciate the trust Airlines place in us. By launching our Line Maintenance operations and supporting new customers at Frankfurt/Main Airport, HAITEC has achieved a major goal. We look forward to serving our customers at one of Europe’s most important hubs with our experienced, highly qualified team,” explains Gereon Arens, CEO of HAITEC.

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