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Magnetic MRO Enters Into Wide-Body Aircraft Maintenance Market

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Krista Kuznecova
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Magnetic MRO has completed a major milestone and is fully authorized to provide line maintenance services for Airbus A330 family. The total technical care maintenance and asset management organisation has further expanded its line maintenance capabilities following its Part 145 Approval being upgraded on March 22, 2018. The approval covers all three engine types used on Airbus A330 family aircraft: Rolls-Royce, Pratt & Whitney and GE Aviation.

Magnetic MRO, along with its sub-brands and group companies, is continuously expanding their market presence and competence range. “It is a long awaited and meticulously planned first of many steps in our wide-body capability plans,” said Risto Mäeots, CEO of Magnetic MRO. “Our recent expansion to East Asian markets and already existing line maintenance stations in certain strategic European airports give us a strong competitive advantage supported by our total technical care partner attitude.”

The company will keep investing in the wide-body market in order to provide an even more comprehensive and flexible technical support to its customers at large international airports. Along with the latest addition, Magnetic MRO line and base maintenance capabilities now cover A330 family, A320ceo/neo family, Boeing 737CL/NG, CRJ-700/-900NG, ERJ-170/-190, SAAB 340 and ATR 42/72.



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