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Landing Life service agreement for Airbus A320 and A330 landing gears components - Safran and AJW Group

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Landing Life service agreement for Airbus A320 and A330 landing gears components - Safran and AJW Group - Maintenance / Trainings publisher
Dana Ermolenko
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AJW Group has selected Safran Landing Systems Landing Life service contract to perform component repairs on landing gears, braking and steering system equipment. As the Original Equipment Manufacturerof the equipment, Safran Landing Systems will provide state-of-the-art repair supporting the operations of AJW Airbus A320 and A330 global customer base. Under this exclusive five-year contract, Safran Landing Systems repair the components from its worldwide network across France, UK, Singapore and Mexico. Once repaired, the equipment will be shipped to AJW’s locations around the World.

Alan Doherty, SVP MRO Sales & Business Development at Safran Landing Systems, commented: "We are delighted to strengthen our relationship on MRO with AJW Group – a client that we have worked alongside for many years. This agreement is the demonstration of a shared willingness to deliver the best possible service, highest level of quality and the expected level of performance of an aviation equipment manufacturer".

Barry Swift, Senior Vice President Operations at AJW Group, said: “We are pleased to be forging our MRO partnership with Safran Landing Systems. Amidst the many challenges currently facing the aviation industry, this agreement is testimony to AJWs’ commitment to providing bespoke service and agile solutions to our global customer supply chain. The signing of this agreement with Safran, as the equipment OEM, compliments the world-class Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul services we provide from our flagship maintenance facility, AJW Technique, in Montreal as we continue to transform aviation efficiency through continuous improvement to meet the needs and demands of our customers.”

To date, Safran Landing Systems perform more than 13,000 repairs annually for more than 300 customers worldwide.

Landing Life is designed for operators, MRO centers and aircraft leasing firms and covers all Safran Landing Systems' after-sales business, aiming to provide a responsive, reliable and good-value service.





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