A propeller repair centre for ATR aircraft to be based in Indonesia

Romain Guillot

2020/02/13 | 270 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
A propeller repair centre for ATR aircraft to be based in Indonesia © Lion Air Group

A new maintenance centre for ATR aircraft propellers will soon be built in Indonesia. The American company Aircraft Propeller Service (APS) has decided to develop in the Asia-Pacific region with the creation of a new maintenance centre which should be operational this year.

This site will also be implementing a contract that the company won last year with the Lion Air group for full support for the propellers of the ATR 72s operated by Malindo and Wings Air. This exclusive contract covers ...(…)

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