Magnetic Group company Direct Maintenance has re-opened its line maintenance station at Kaastrup Airport, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The line maintenance station in Copenhagen re-opened in March as “the next strategic step for the company’s expansion”. It will provide line maintenance services for narrowbody aircraft types such as the ATR42/72, Embraer 170/190, 737NG/MAX and A320ceo and neo.
The station will also soon be capable of handling widebodies such as the 777, 787, A330 and A350 too.
“We are glad to come back to Denmark and restart our operations and support customers here,” said Direct Maintenance’s head of sales Mandeep Rana. “Copenhagen station will be a long-term station and will serve airlines in various segments with a wide range of services – and we believe we are the best choice for customers when selecting Direct Maintenance, a member of Magnetic Group, as a partner.”
In the past few months, Direct Maintenance has opened several line maintenance stations in Germany, including in Frankfurt, Munich and Hannover airports, as part of its expansion plans.