Air Serbia has awarded Turkish Technic a contract to provide base maintenance services for five Airbus aircraft. These are four A320 family aircraft and one A330.
In accordance with the contract, base maintenance of the first Airbus A320ceo aircraft has commenced at Turkish Technic’s Istanbul Ataturk Airport facilities. Its Certificate of Release to Service will be issued in the first week of February, Turkish Technic said.
The other aircraft within the scope of the contract will be taken to service at the facilities in the upcoming months.
Commenting on the new agreement, Turkish Technic’s CEO Mikail Akbulut said: ‘‘We are delighted to strengthen Turkish Technic’s partnership with Air Serbia and aim to continue building on our relationship further for the years to come. With a strong history of supporting Airbus aircraft around the world, Turkish Technic is pleased to offer one of the best quality and reliable MRO services to Air Serbia.”
Air Serbia’s CEO Jiri Marek commented: “We continuously strive for operational efficiency and an even better travel experience for our passengers. Accordingly, we made a partnership with Turkish Technic and entrusted them with the maintenance of several aircraft of our Airbus fleet. We strongly believe this contract is the beginning of a great partnership between our companies.”