NAYAK becomes MRO partner for prestigious Boeing GoldCare program
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NAYAK becomes MRO partner for prestigious Boeing GoldCare program

Amsterdam - Boeing Commercial Airplanes selected NAYAK Aircraft Services in Europe to provide Boeing GoldCare maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services. The GoldCare program is a maintenance concept Boeing designed to maximize airline operations for the 737 NG and the new 787 Dreamliner aircrafts. NAYAK is the largest independent provider of aircraft maintenance in Europe, headquartered in Cologne (Germany) and with offices in Amsterdam (Netherlands) and Rome (Italy).

Traditionally airplane maintenance services are the responsibility of the airline company. Boeing however realized that by creating a global team of MRO partners, it could significantly improve maintenance efficiency for its customers. GoldCare provides 24x7 operations center support using cutting-edge technologies to turn airplane operating data into diagnostic information, enhancing efficiency and maximizing airplane availability. NAYAK is one of the first partners to be awarded with the GoldCare status, and the first to cover both line and base maintenance.


(Photo: from left to right- Herbert Busch (Managing Director & Founder, NAYAK), Jay Maloney (Vice President Fleet Management Commercial Aviation Services, Boeing), Diane L. Hein (Director Supplier Management CAS Fleet Services, Boeing), German Larrabe (Managing Director & Founder NAYAK) formalizing the Boeing GoldCare partnership)

"Needless to say we are very proud that Boeing has chosen NAYAK to be a key partner in its GoldCare program," says Herbert Busch, founder and Managing Director of NAYAK. "In a world of ever-growing passenger volumes and tighter flight plans, it becomes increasingly important for an MRO to design location-independent services that help our clients deliver on their customer promise. This partnership is a testament to NAYAK's ability to do exactly that."

Currently NAYAK services over 100 airlines around the world at 23 stations in Europe and Russia. Its extensive footprint and line maintenance capability in Europe are complemented by technical expertise, reliability, a drive for continuous improvement and a high quality of service.

Busch concludes: "Attaining GoldCare status fits our strategy to increasingly become the linking pin between aircraft manufacturers and their customers, the airline companies. This milestone is another step towards our ambition to provide a global service offering. Boeing trusting our team is a compliment to all the NAYAK men and women who have helped us be successful to date. We look forward to what we will be able to do together tomorrow."

Source : NAYAK Aircraft Services

Published on ASDNews: Oct 5, 2011

 

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