The Joint venture is one of the very first multi-product and multi-fleet MROs to set up a component aircraft repair shop at the Asian hub.
Airbus has selected Sabena technics for its new “Airbus MRO Alliance” as the first MRO member to join the Alliance in Europe.
AFI KLM E&M and Sabena technics have announced the signing of a partnership agreement to set up a joint venture to support A320 and ATR component repairs in Singapore’s new Seletar aviation cluster. South East Asia is seeing the world’s fastest growth in aircraft maintenance and AFI KLM E&M and Sabena technics already support large numbers of A320 family and ATR operators throughout the region.
In June 2013, Sabena technics has been selected by Airbus for the construction and operation of a two painting facilities based in Toulouse and dedicated to their Airbus A320 aircraft.
Sabena technics’ maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facilities in Bordeaux are joining the ACJ Service Centre network, adding to the choice of Airbus-approved facilities around the world for ACJ customers and operators.
Sabena technics is excited for its Bordeaux site to celebrate a decade of progress and commitment to bringing innovative solutions to the aviation industry.
Sabena technics officially opens its component repair facility in Seletar Aerospace Park, only eight months after signing the tenancy agreement.
This visit was an opportunity for us to showcase our large range of activities, especially on the Dinard site where the facility tour took place.
The French provider recently received an award for its outstanding performance in delivering MRO and modification services.
One year after the opening of its ATR component warehouse, Sabena technics continues its expansion and announces today the opening of its component repair shop in Seletar Aerospace Park.