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Diehl Aviation opens new branch in Dubai

Posted 25 February 2020 · Add Comment

The international aviation solution Diehl Aviation will open a customer and sales office in Dubai this year.

 

The tasks focus on improved sales with greater customer proximity as well as more intensive customer support in the areas of customer services, cabin upgrades and retrofits. The latter also include individual product developments in direct cooperation with regional customers. Diehl Aviation is expanding its customer service range and will be close to the customer with its own contact persons for the region's airlines.

 

A team of aviation specialists will commence work in the new branch in mid-2020. The offices are located in the Dubai Airport Freezone, the central free trade zone with an extensive presence of airlines and direct access to Dubai International Airport. Diehl Aviation benefits from the excellent conditions offered by the United Arab Emirates and by the Dubai Airport Freezone in the region.

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