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Turkish Technic signs repair contract for APS3200 APU with Atlasjet

Posted 8 August 2011 · Add Comment

Turkish Technic has signed an APS3200 APU repair services contact with Atlasjet, covering APU repair and spare support during shop visit.

Repair work will be carried out at Turkish Airlines Technic’s APU shop in Istanbul, Turkey, and will be completed by the middle of August.

In a statement, Turkish Technic thanked Atlasjet for choosing Turkish Technic for the performance APU shop visit, and said, “We are committed to providing quality services, satisfying the expectations of Atlasjet that is our good and long term relationship in the Turkish Civil Aviation Sector, with minimum turn-around times”.

 

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