Sabena technics strengthens its partnership with Honeywell on the ATR family

Romain Guillot

2021/03/11 | 264 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | MAINTENANCE / MRO
Sabena technics strengthens its partnership with Honeywell on the ATR family © Sabena technics

Honeywell and Sabena technics have extended their component repair agreement on the ATR 42/72 twin-engine turboprops. In doing so, the French MRO company thus becomes the sole licensee on this platform till end of December 2030.

According to this new agreement, Sabena technics will continue to offer its repair and overhaul services as a licensed Honeywell Authorized Service Centre and Global Channel Partner, but will also handle purchasing & inventory on a large amount of stock in order ...(…)

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