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DC Aviation Group and Comlux sign cooperation agreement

Posted 3 March 2020 · Add Comment

DC Aviation Group and Comlux have signed a cooperation agreement. DC Aviation has been selected to perform the line maintenance and warranty work for Comlux customers based in Europe and CIS.

 

The line and base maintenance services for aircraft of the Airbus ACJ Family, Global Express 5000/6000 and Challenger 604/605 will be carried out at DC Aviation’s dedicated 5,700 square meter Stuttgart Airport (EDDS) hangar, which also contains a large and well-equipped parts inventory, a certified battery and tire shop and a maintenance logistics center.

 

Juergen Sehne, Vice President Maintenance & CAMO of DC Aviation said: “Last year we have successfully carried out two A-checks for Comlux’ customers. We are very happy that, with this agreement, we can continue and consolidate our excellent cooperation with Comlux.”

 

Arnaud Martin, Chief Operating Officer of Comlux said: “We are extremely pleased with this agreement with DC Aviation, which allows us to serve our worldwide customer base even better. While Comlux has strong expertise on VIP interior upgrades and heavy maintenance in our facilities in Indianapolis, DC Aviation offers our European and CIS customers a closer-to-home solution for their line maintenance and warranty needs.”

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