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Magnetic MRO Signs a Component Maintenance Agreement with airBaltic

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: Estonia Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Air Baltic

Magnetic MRO, Estonian-headquartered Total Technical Care organization and long standing partner of airBaltic, the flag carrier of Latvia, have signed a new maintenance agreement in respect of the wheels & brakes of Q400 and the wheels of CS300.

Due to the new and advanced technologies used to manufacture the CS300, the larger variant of Bombardier’s all new C Series aircraft, airBaltic; as the launch operator for this distinctive C Series variant, has decided to proceed with an MRO provider with an established reputation regarding its innovative and high-tech services.

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Similarly, the manufacture of wheels & brakes for the Q400 aircraft, which is the most recent development in the Q Series family of Bombardier and already owned by 60 operators from 40 countries, has been also handed over to the workshop unit of Magnetic MRO as the company has proven its industry standard in-house capabilities and high quality results.

“We are very excited and proud of having the privilege to work with the historical CS300 aircraft and already widely endorsed Q400 aircraft.” says Risto Mäeots, recently appointed CEO of Magnetic MRO. “airBaltic has always been a loyal partner with very high expectations; therefore we are solely honored to be in charge of such meticulous care of their best fleet members.”

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