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Magnetic MRO To Open 2 New Outstations

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Tatjana Obrazcova
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Magnetic MRO, Estonia-headquartered Total Technical Care Partner, is proud to announce its 2 new Line Maintenance outstations.

As a part of its market expansion strategy, the company expanded its network of line stations by adding Zagreb (ZAG) and Tirana (TIA) International Airports to its operational map. The company will be providing Line Maintenance services for Bombardier type of aircraft in ZAG starting as of May 1, 2017; while focusing on Airbus capabilities in TIA starting from the beginning of this summer.

“Entering new markets via our Line Maintenance services is not only supporting our international growth strategy and strengthening our global presence, but also enabling us to be closer to our customers on a daily basis. These additions to our line stations are surely a natural part of our organic line maintenance growth and a result of satisfied customers.” states Mark Thorne, Line Maintenance Manager of Magnetic MRO.” We are dedicated to continue the path and focusing also to add wide-bud aircraft to our capabilities.

Magnetic MRO aims to become one of top 3 networks of independent line stations in Europe, and continues to invest into new types of aircraft serviced as per customer requirements and demand in target Line Maintenance airports.

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