S7 Technics to increase Gazprom Avia’s wheel repair work by 35%
S7 Technics and Gazprom Avia, Russia’s largest corporate airline, jointly signed a new wheel MRO contract
Demand for aircraft wheel repair services by S7 Technics is accelerating. In July, the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) specialist and Gazprom Avia, Russia’s largest corporate airline, jointly signed a new wheel MRO contract to support the Boeing 737-700 and the Superjet 100 aircraft types.
Repairs to Gazprom Avia’s aircraft wheels will be performed by S7 Technics’ specialists at its base at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport and the provider’s transport logistics group is to deliver components to the repair base and also back to the airline.
For S7 Technics, Gazprom Avia has become one of its key customers for MRO services and aircraft components supply. Under the previous contract, the provider’s specialists repaired 81 wheels, and according to the terms of the current contract, the amount of work will increase by 35 per cent.
“We are pleased with the cooperation with S7 Technics, the services provided at the highest level,” commented the Gazprom Avia airline.
In total, in 2018, S7 Technics’ specialists repaired more than 3,400 wheels.
S7 Technics, in combination with global airline association IATA, have jointly held a Digital Aircraft Operations 2019 seminar focusing on the critical subject of disposing of the burden of the industry’s paper mountain through the digitalisation of air transport management processes
Russia’s leading aircraft maintenance specialist is to take part in the MRO Europe 2019 Conference & Exhibition, Europe’s premier event for maintenance providers
S7 Technics has added the installation of wi-fi modules to its capability menu of aircraft services. The maintenance provider has entered a new developing market to meet the growing needs of airlines in upgrading their aircraft with internet access
Russian aircraft maintenance provider S7 Technics has launched a new facility for the repair & refurbishment of cabin components for western-built aircraft at its Novosibirsk Tolmachevo maintenance base