SR Technics and Skymark Airlines seal new long-term engine MRO agreement
SR Technics, a world leader in MRO services, announced today that it will extend its maintenance capabilities for the new Boeing 787 at its Line Maintenance station in Geneva, Switzerland, effective as of August 1, 2016. The new service includes on-call maintenance, transit checks, daily and weekly checks, cabin inspections and defect rectification. Geneva is the second line station after Zurich to introduce the B787 capability within the SR Technics network.
SR Technics has more than 40 line maintenance customers in Geneva, and it provides services from assistance to full technical handling. The new capability will supplement the existing local offer, which includes maintenance capabilities for A300 / A310 / A318 / A320fam / A330 / A340 / B737 / B757 / B767 and B777 for line and light maintenance, up to A & P-checks.
“We are delighted to extend our capabilities in Geneva”, said Jakob Straub, Head of Line Maintenance International at SR Technics. “This demonstrates our commitment to offering comprehensive solutions that suit the needs of our customers while steadily investing in training to expand our service portfolio with new aircraft types. In addition to the B787 in Geneva, we have also recently extended our Airbus A380 support network from Zurich to Madrid, enhancing our capabilities at this important international hub.”