Sabena technics acquires its Airbus A330 MRTT rating approval

Sabena Technics

2019/09/04 | 167 words | AEROCONTACT | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Sabena technics acquires its Airbus A330 MRTT rating approval © Sabena Technics

The French leading independent MRO provider, Sabena technics, has been granted by the DSAé the EMAR (European Military Aviation Requirements) approval to perform base maintenance operations on the Airbus A330 MRTT.

With this approval, the company is now able to deliver its quality, customized and cost effective airframe solutions to military operators in its dedicated maintenance facilities based in Nîmes and Bordeaux (France).

This recognition is based on both Sabena technics’ long-time experience on A330 aircraft as well as on its expertise in supporting various military transport and tanker aircraft.

Approval ceremony during the Paris Air Show with (from left to right): Philippe Guipouy ( Sabena technics – VP Quality Bordeaux)Philippe Rochet (Sabena technics- Group CEO), Général de Brigade Marc de Bouvier (DSAé -Head of Airworthiness Department), Fabrice Dumas (Sabena technics- Managing Director Nîmes) and Fabien Depoyant (VP Quality Nîmes).


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