French MRO firm lands Air Arabia A320 contract

Revima wins six-year deal to maintain and repair landing gears on Air Arabia’s fleet of A320 aircraft
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French MRO provider Revima has won a six-year contract to support Air Arabia’s A320 landing gears.

Air Arabia CEO Adel Al Ali signed the deal at last week’s MRO Middle East show.

The contract for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of landing gears on the carrier’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft totals 40 shipsets for the period.

Revima will carry out the MRO work at its facility located in Normandy, France. Revima has been operating its A320 landing gear repair shop for several years.

Mr Ali said: “We are pleased to partner with Revima on this A320 maintenance program which aligns with Air Arabia’s commitment to always secure highest standards of quality for our fleet operations. We look forward to a fruitful partnership.”

Olivier Legrand, CEO of Revima, said: “We are proud having been chosen by Air Arabia, one of the very best carriers in the world. We look forward to bringing our tailor-made support and best-in-class services to such a successful and high-performing airline.”

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