Garuda Indonesia has chosen Safran Landing Systems to provide landing gear overhaul services for the airline's A330 jets in a two-year contract covering five aircraft.
These services will be provided by Safran Landing Systems MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) facility located in Singapore.
"We are proud to have been chosen by Garuda Indonesia" , said Vincent Mascré, Chief Executive Officer of Safran Landing Systems. "This contract acknowledges our strength in product maintenance and reflects Garuda Indonesia's trust in our ability to deliver the highest and most competitive level of services, quality and performance. We are fully committed to transform this contract into a long-term partnership with the Garuda Indonesia Group."
Safran Landing Systems offers un unrivaled slate of customer support services, including landing gear overhauls, through an international network of 7 service centers in Europe, Asia and the Americas. The network can call on a large stock of ready-to-use replacement landing gear worldwide. Safran Landing Systems has earned international certifications from all aviation authorities and aircraft manufacturers for a complete range of repair procedures covering equipment from not only Safran Landing Systems, but also other manufacturers.
Garuda Indonesia – the national flag carrier – currently operates around 146 aircraft flying to more than 70 destinations worldwide, making about 600 flights a day. As the most recent member of the SkyTeam alliance since March 2014, along with 19 other members, Garuda Indonesia is now connected to 1,057 destinations in 177 countries, with a total of 16,320 daily flights.
Source: Safran S.A. (Paris: SAF.PA)
Date: Jul 28, 2016