MRO Management

Revima wins Bamboo Airways A320 and A321 landing gear MRO contract

Bamboo Airways has selected Revima to provide overhauls on its A320 and A321 landing gears.

The MRO work will be carried out at Revima’s new 11,000sq m facility in Chonburi, Thailand.

As part of the agreement, Revima will provide leased shipsets to support Bamboo Airways.

Reveima’s new Thailand facility has full in-house repair capabilities, including very large plating and machining installations. It is currently staffed by more than 90 experienced technicians and engineers, the company said, and the facility also features a dedicated customer service centre.

“We are delighted to have reached agreement with Bamboo Airways, a highly successful and ambitious young airline, and our first customer in Vietnam,” said Revima Group’s president and CEO Olivier Legrand. “For the past two years we have worked hard to get our new facility in Thailand in operation with the same level of expertise and quality as our legacy site in France. We look forward to supporting Bamboo Airways and thank its leadership for their confidence.”

Bamboo Airways’ CEO Dang Tat Thang commented: “With Revima Asia Pacific’s strong expertise for the maintenance of landing gears, we have no doubt that this collaboration will further reinforce our aircraft operation, thereby contributing to Bamboo Airways’ network expansion. This is a testament that our regional market can grow stronger to ensure profitable operations. We are sincerely pleased to collaborate with Revima and look forward to the future development of our partnership.”

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