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AAR signs component support agreement with Wataniya Airways

Posted 26 June 2017 · Add Comment

AAR has won a multiyear contract to provide power-by-the-hour component support for Wataniya Airways, one of the national carriers for the state of Kuwait.

AAR will support Wataniya’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft through its extensive inventory network, including parts warehouses in Dubai and Europe, and position local stock in Kuwait.

“With significant component stock in the Middle East, AAR is well-positioned to support Wataniya Airways and its plans for rapid expansion to more than 30 destinations in the first two years of operation,” said Deepak Sharma, President, AAR International Supply Chain. “We are pleased that Wataniya chose AAR for our experience and knowledge in the industry that will not only assist in their startup phase but also will facilitate a long-term partnership.”

“As Wataniya Airways prepares to launch, we are delighted to gain a trusted partner like AAR with a proven track record in the aviation aftermarket, providing a total support solution to ensure we meet our customers’ expectations and maintain the highest levels of quality, reliability and safety,” said Ali Alfouzan, Chairman, Wataniya Airways.

 

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