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Adams Rite Aerospace and MSI Aircraft Maintenance Services support Dubai A380 Lavatory Water System

Posted 3 November 2017 · Add Comment

Adams Rite Aerospace (ARA) and MSI Aircraft Maintenance Services International (MSI) have announced the additional repair capability at their Dubai facility to support the A380 Lavatory Water System.

These additional components complement the existing capability in the Dubai facility to support the ARA water systems in the Middle East Region.

MSI is an Adams Rite Aerospace Authorised Repair Station providing repair and support services for the Former Franke-Aquarotter Water System components for the A320, A3330/A340 and A380 aircraft.

“Having been selected by Adams Rite as the Middle East support facility we are pleased to add this additional capability to provide enhanced support to our customers in the region”, said Tim Tartsch, general manager MSI Aircraft Maintenance Services International.

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