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Collins Aerospace showcases aftermarket support at MRO Middle East

Posted 26 February 2020 · Add Comment

Collins Aerospace is participating in MRO Middle East 2020, taking place this week in Dubai, UAE, presenting the extensive range of aftermarket services and support it has to offer in the region.

Collins Aerospace’s Aftermarket Services, which has been established in Dubai since 2006, is also highlighting the issue of disrupting and advancing aviation maintenance.


Courtesy Collins Aerospace

Jamie French (above), General Manager, Aftermarket Services, Collins Aerospace, said: "Our aerostructures MRO supports a wide range of repair and overhaul capabilities. We also have a twenty-four seven AOG (Aircraft-On-Ground) team for support."

The company's MRO centre is strategically located to suit customer needs in Jebel Ali Free Zone (South). It has a 114,000 square foot facility and provides services to support demands that range across Interiors, Aerostructures, Landing Systems and Power & Controls.

 

 

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