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Emirates and Spairliners sign General Terms Agreement

Posted 25 February 2020 · Add Comment

Emirates and Spairliners have signed a General Terms Agreement (GTA) to provide component aftermarket solutions for Emirates' A380 fleet.

 

Thies Möller, managing director and CEO of Spairliners said: "Providing component care for the world's largest fleet of A380 aircraft is a milestone achievement for Spairliners. Emirates is one of the world's leading international airlines and we are very proud to cooperate with Emirates. We are looking forward to building a strong relationship with Emirates and to prove our competence by providing highly reliable, cost efficient and qualitative services."

 

Ammar Al-Zaben, Emirates' vice president procurement aircraft, added: "Component support for any aircraft is critical. But the complexity is multiplied many times over when it's for the largest passenger aircraft - the A380s, and specifically for us, as we are its largest operator. Our association with Spairliners will further strengthen the support, service and reliability for our A380s, the flagship of our fleet, which will translate to optimized operations and a better customer experience."

 

Cornelius Dalm, head of sales, account management and marketing of Spairliners sees the collaboration with Emirates as a proof of Spairliners' ability to further grow in the A380 market. The GTA with Emirates proves that there is still tremendous potential for component care services for the A380 and that Spairliners is well positioned to serve operators of this aircraft type through its long-standing expertise, proximity to the airline business as well as significant in-house repair capabilities.

 

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