The Russian airline's purchase of an MRO in Ireland is not a one-time move
What started as routine maintenance for Transaero Airlines turned into an MRO acquisition. The Russian airline had chosen Shannon Repair Services (SRS) to refurbish its aircraft to make them Wifi-enabled, but subsequently decided to invest in the MRO and take it over. The move is giving Transaero access to another in-house maintenance base. The MRO originally was founded to maintain piston-engine aircraft before and after their transatlantic flights, which made Shannon, Ireland, the ...
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