Airbus and TARMAC Aerosave have renewed their contract for aircraft storage, maintenance and recycling. This new contract extends the collaboration between Airbus and its subsidiary TARMAC Aerosave.
The Executive Review Meeting took place on March 12, 2021, during which the two companies renewed for the second time their binding contract. This signature attests to Airbus’s confidence in TARMAC Aerosave for the 10th consecutive year.
TARMACAerosave, a subsidiary of Airbus, Safran and SUEZ, specializes in the storage, maintenance and recycling of aircraft and engines.
“Our company is proud of this long-standing collaboration with Airbus and the opportunity to provide the best overall experience throughout the aircraft lifecycle,” said Patrick Lecer, CEO - President of TARMAC Aerosave.
This contract defines the conditions of storage, maintenance and recycling operations carried out by TARMAC Aerosave in line with the quality standards required by the French manufacturer, as well as environmental protection standards.
TARMAC Aerosave is an EASA and FAA Part. 145 MRO company, dedicated to Storage, Maintenance and Recycling of Aicraft and Engines (CFM56 & Leap).