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Avtrade secures Repair Management contract with Cityjet

Posted 14 July 2017 · Add Comment

Avtrade has signed a new Repair Management contract with Irish scheduled and wet lease airline Cityjet, providing the airline with a single source for the management of component maintenance for the carrier's Avro RJ aircraft.



By removing complexity and administration, and providing improved service levels and vendor management, Avtrade will service the carrier’s fleet of 14 Avro RJ type aircraft. Effective immediately and managed by Avtrade’s expert Repair Management team, the services are to be implemented as a true end of life solution running until the last aircraft leaves the Cityjet fleet.

Utilising Avtrade’s network of high quality independent repair facilities and strong OEM relationships, Avtrade’s Repair Management solution will provide Cityjet with component maintenance with high quality standard and service levels, whilst allowing Cityjet complete control over their assets.

 

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