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Sabena technics gets Boeing 787 base maintenance contract

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Dana Ermolenko
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Air Europa, the Spanish airline, has trusted Sabena technics to perform base maintenance operations on two of their Boeing 787-8.

For the past two years, Sabena technics has been providing Air Europa with airframe solutions for their fleet of A330s. Later this year, the French MRO will perform C-checks in “nose to tail” on the two Dreamliners in its Bordeaux facilities.

Accompanying our valued customers in their development is our goal. This new opportunity that we have been given confirms Air Europa’s confidence in our services and rewards the daily efforts of our highly qualified staff’, said Philippe Rochet, Chief Executive Officer of Sabena technics.

“We have successfully proven the Sabena technics performance maintaining our A330 fleet and are delighted to expand our confidence to our growing B787 fleet”, said Alberto Lines, Maintenance & Engineering Director of Air Europa.



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