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STTS contracts ASI to build aircraft painting hangar at Dubai South

Posted 1 June 2017 · Add Comment

STTS, painting & sealing specialist of airline, military and VIP aircraft, subsidiary of French group Finaero, has commenced its painting hangar works and contracts ASI at Dubai South.

STTS has appointed Aircraft Support Industries (ASI) to take on the building works of its wide body painting bay at the new Al Maktoum International airport.

Delivery is finally expected early 2019. The facility will mainly target MRO painting needs for all types of commercial wide bodies (A380, B777, A350, B787 etc.).

Christophe Cador, President of STTS said, “I am proud of this facility launch and its level of quality. I am confident that ASI will do its utmost to meet our expectations and enable us to soon deliver painting services of the highest standards to operators in the region.”

Tahnoon Saif , VP of Aviation at Dubai South said: The STTS new state-of-the-art facility adds to the aviation and aerospace ecosystem at Dubai South, bringing it closer to its ambition of becoming the only hub outside of North America and Europe to offer a complete ecosystem to the aviation and aerospace industry. We are excited to see our partners progressing in their projects so they can reach to a the stage where they can serve the regional market and extend to the global market”

 

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