SR Technics signs a range of maintenance agreements with easyJet
SR Technics, a Swiss MRO service provider, announced that it has signed several maintenance agreements extending its partnership with easyJet, an LCC based in the UK.
The signed contracts include line maintenance agreements for a range of easyJet’s stations in the UK, including London Gatwick Airport which is easyJet’s largest base, and Switzerland, as well as a light base maintenance agreement in Geneva. These contracts are for three years, strengthening the strategic partnership between the two companies.
Jeremy Remacha, SR Technics’ interim CEO, commented: “Our teams are committed to continue delivering safety, quality and reliability in line with the easyJet’s expectations, enabling the airline to focus on its core business. I would like to take this opportunity to thank easyJet and its management for their trust and support over the past years.”
Ian Davies, easyJet’s Head of Engineering and Maintenance,added: “The delivery of line maintenance services is critical to supporting the easyJet operation and we will be working closely with SR Technics to ensure they meet our expectations.”
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