MRO Europe News In Brief - Day 2


Pacific Southwest Instruments has selected Component Control's MRO management software to manage MRO and exchange services for a broad range of supported flight systems.

Finnair and SR Technics have extended an existing agreement for integrated component services for Finnair’s five new A321s until 2022. The existing agreement covers the airline’s Embraer and Airbus fleets. 

Landing gear MRO service provider Revima has expanded its support services for line replacement units. The company says 100% of A320 landing gear hydraulic and electrical accessories can now be tested, repaired or overhauled in-house.

AAR Corp subsidiary, Telair International, has delivered two advanced centerline restraint systems to Air France. The systems will be used on the airline’s Boeing 747-400 ERF aircraft.

AJW Aviation says it is extending its capabiilities to provide full fleet technical management as part of its services. It has partnered with Based-based aircraft maintenance control specialists, CAMO4jets, to deliver to support solution to its customers.

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