The Spanish Ministry of Environment, Rural Affairs and Fisheries has extended its existing contract with Airbus Military for the maintenance of three C212 aircraft for two more years.
These C212 aircraft are used by the Fisheries Inspections Department for the surveillance of Spanish territorial waters.
The original contract was signed in 2000 and has already been extended on three previous occasions. The agreement covers the full and complete maintenance of these three aircraft and includes services such as repairs, parts provision, and scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance checks during the two year contract.
"We are increasing our range of services to allow customers to run their operations and maintenance more cost efficiently and with increased reliability. The extension of this contract is one example and a clear demonstration of the confidence that Spain has in Airbus Military products and services. We are very proud to continue supporting the C212 and look forward to many more years of cooperation", said Head of Customer Services, Philippe Galland.
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