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Turkish Technic and Onur Air extend A320/A321 component pooling contract

Posted 25 August 2016 · Add Comment

Turkish Technic and Onur Air have extended Airbus A320/A321 component pooling contract.

Turkish Technic and Onur Air signed Airbus A320 component pooling contract in 2012 and agreed to extend the contract till 2021.

The contract comprises component supply and repair on ATA Chapter basis. Components will be supplied from Istanbul main base and Turkish Technic pooling stations worldwide. Repair work of the components will be done at the Turkish Technic new state-of-art facility in Sabiha Gokcen Airport Istanbul/Turkey. The contract also enhance strong business partnership between parties.

Onur Air CEO Teoman Tosun, expressed Onur Air’ trust in Turkish Technic’s quality of services and also feeling appreciation to have the support of the leading MRO of the world. Teoman Tosun added “We are recognized for high quality services of Turkish Technic to support our component supply. We assume that  this  will be an ideal solution to our Airbus A320/A321 operations.”

Turkish Technic CEO Ahmet Karaman said “We thank Onur Air for extending contract with Turkish Technic for component pooling. This is a new clear indication that we keep our services at the highest level and ensure operators satisfaction, We reached a fleet size more than 700 aircraft in component pool market.”

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