Czech Airlines Technics increases its landing gear overhaul capacity

Jan. 10, 2022
Last year, the company completed 33 landing gear set overhauls, AviationPros reports.

PRAUGE - Despite the aviation sector performance drop, Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has managed to secure a significant number of landing gear maintenance jobs. Last year, the company completed 33 landing gear set overhauls, which exceeds the average annual capacity of the division. The recent modernization of the electroplating and paint shops and additional investments in the landing gear shop equipment have helped to increase the efficiency and quality of work. The division clients include KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Transavia Airlines, Transavia France, Smartwings and new contract was recently signed also with LOT Polish Airlines, AviationPros reports. Continue reading original article.

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10 Jan. 2022 - "Despite the challenges in obtaining orders from clients, alongside confirmations of set slots, especially during the last two years, the Landing Gear Maintenance team managed to complete 33 landing gear set overhauls in 2021, which is more than in previous years. In addition, we performed a great number of other repairs, individual component exchanges and electroplating jobs,” Pavel Haleš, chairman of the Czech Airlines Technics Board of Directors, evaluated the performance.

Last year, CSAT performed landing gear set overhauls for both current long-term clients, such as KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Transavia Airlines, Transavia France, Smartwings, Neos, TUIfly, Atran Aerospace and Air Explore, and new contract-based customers, namely LOT Polish Airlines, Tarom, Corendon Dutch Airline, Ukraine International Airlines and lessors, such as AMAC Aerospace, World Star Aviation, Aviation Capital Group and Horizon Aviation 4 Ltd.

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