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ATR Expands Network of Recommended Maintenance Centers

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 16 April 2015

TAP M&E (TAP Maintenance & Engineering), a Brazilian specialist in aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul, has joined the network of centers recommended by ATR for the maintenance of the airframes of its aircraft.

ATR has also chosen TAP M&E as its first spare parts repair center in Brazil, supporting maintenance contracts (GMA: Global Maintenance Agreement) offered to ATR operators.

Prior to this, ATR had signed agreements of this type with Fokker Services (Singapore), Rheinland Air Service (Germany) and Atlantic Air Industries (France). Under the terms of this agreement, TAP M&E will follow ATR's service policy, aimed at offering optimal solutions to operators through respect for the basic rules of customer service defined by ATR.

Through its MRO network, ATR provides its operators with a global network of highly-trained independent suppliers of aircraft maintenance services. ATR's MRO network is a major step for the regional policy put in place by ATR's Customer Support, with the aim of offering approved local solutions to ATR operators in the fields of logistics, training and maintenance.

Valter Fernandes Operations' Executive Vice-President from TAP M&E, said, We are really pleased to have been selected by ATR to be a part of their network of approved maintenance centers. Being chosen and recommended by the aircraft manufacturer for various repair services is a major sign of recognition for the quality of our work. We are proud to be able to contribute to the expansion of ATR's activities in Brazil, and to use our airframe and component expertise for the success of its operators in the region."

TAP, ATR, Brazil

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