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SR Technics successfully completes the cabin modification project for SAS

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Tatjana Obrazcova
Country: Switzerland Aircraft: Airplanes

SR Technics, a world leading MRO service provider, is pleased to announce the successful delivery of the cabin modification project of 12 wide-body aircraft for its partner Scandinavian Airlines (SAS).

In late 2014, SR Technics teamed with SAS to enhance the cabin experience of SAS’s Airbus A330-300 and A340-300 aircraft, and the two companies have just completed this joint project on time.

Cabin modifications represent a strategic focus for SR Technics, and the on-time delivery of this type of complex project demonstrates SR Technics’ commitment to meeting the schedules of its customers. The design support and multi-disciplinary teams of logistics, kitting, finance, production, procurement and project management all under one roof is what enabled the successful delivery of each aircraft.

The refurbished cabins come in new attractive colors with improved ergonomic seats in all classes. Pleasant mood lighting, in which light color and intensity are adjusted to the time and duration of the journey, is combined with the upgraded innovative In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) systems. During their journey, passengers can easily access audio, video and the new WiFi service, allowing them to stay connected and making it even more convenient to fly.

In addition to the cabin modifications program, SAS requested a number of C-checks and full aircraft repainting completed during the cabin refurbishments. The SR Technics workshops and hanger facilities are conveniently located at the Center of Excellence, enabling the highly skilled professionals to work simultaneously to ensure on-time delivery without any additional delays.



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