EasyJet awarded a five-year contract to Dublin Aerospace to overhaul 270 Airbus A319 landing gears. The airline also selected the MRO to perform maintenance on nine A320s’ wing rear spars, which will terminate inspection requirements mandated by two service bulletins. The contract contains an option to complete further inspections if easyJet requires them. EasyJet’s fleet includes 145 A319s and 24 A320s, and it has 33 A319s and 12 A320s on order. SR Technics, which has provided line ...
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