New MRO strategy for Dassault Aviation

Léo Barnier

2019/03/14 | 438 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
New MRO strategy for Dassault Aviation © Dassault Aviation / Paper&Plane

With Execujet in January and TAG Aviation in February, Dassault Aviation has just acquired in one fell swoop two major business aviation MRO companies. The manufacturer is broadly expanding its own service station network, marking a development in its customer support strategy.

"We want to have a worldwide footprint with a network of our own certified service stations in order to offer quality and continuity in our service with direct support to our customers everywhere around the world",...(…)

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