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Avtrade announce Middle East Component Support Solutions contract

Posted 9 March 2017 · Add Comment

Avtrade continues to develop its Component Support Solutions portfolio with the signature of a recently launched low budget airline based in the Middle East.



Avtrade will provide expert component support and bespoke service consisting of pool access, core repair management and a main base kit conveniently positioned on site for AOG and critical requirements.
   
Avtrade will support the airline’s entire A320 fleet 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from its vast stock based at both UK headquarters and in the Middle East.

The contract will be maintained by Avtrade’s experienced Support Contracts team based in the UK, ready to provide continuous availability of parts for immediate shipment, whilst additional local support will be offered by the Dubai team. Providing guaranteed delivery of quality aircraft components and a first class 24/7 AOG service will enable the airline to successfully compete in the Middle East market. 

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