A320neo: Safran Nacelles Repair Activity is Taking Off

Romain Guillot

2019/10/17 | 698 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
A320neo: Safran Nacelles Repair Activity is Taking Off © A LEAP-1A nacelle (without its air intake). Picture © Safran Nacelles© Safran Nacelles

Thanks to a rapid fleet's expansion, the LEAP-1A engine nacelle repair activity is also picking up. Safran Nacelles is now providing nacelle support for a fleet of nearly 500 Airbus A320neo family aircraft. The Safran group's nacelle manufacturer has also provided around twenty component repair solutions to ten airlines as parts of its NacelleLife services offer. Even better, the average measured repair cycle is now just 60 days since the A320neo entered service. Remember that CFM Internation...(…)

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