SR Technics expands with new six-bay hangar

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https://www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com/?utm_source=asianaviation&utm_medium=barter&utm_campaign=aavwebsitebannerhomepagemarchSR Technics announced the opening of the new six-bay hangar including significant back-shop facilities for its centre of excellence (CoE) for aircraft maintenance in Malta. This project will enable SR Technics to continuously provide high-quality aircraft maintenance and cabin modification services, now for up to six narrow body aircraft of the B737 & A320 families simultaneously.

Besides offering new opportunities to customers located within the EMEA region in a very central hub for the aviation industry, SR Technics Malta will eventually employ around 500 highly trained professionals. The SR Technics Center of Excellence for narrowbody aircraft maintenance in Malta has been offering efficient high-performance maintenance services since 2010 which are based on safety, quality, and reliability. The attractive platform combines proven quality and technical excellence with advantageous commercial terms.

Jean-Marc Lenz, Chief Executive Officer at SR Technics, shared the update about the recent achievements and plans for the facility. “I am glad we celebrate together this opening. The new hangar will accommodate both narrow and wide-body aircraft at Malta International Airport. This 40,000sqm facility includes workshop space, increased capacity for heavy maintenance, C-checks, and cabin modifications to up to six narrow-body aircraft at a time. By choosing our maintenance services in Malta, you are assured not only the highest levels of safety and reliability but also short turnaround times and cost-efficient service delivery,” he said.

“With this hangar our excellent and highly motivated workforce will be able to produce excellent service and product quality and redeliver the aircraft on time to customers. This hangar will support continuous improvements and efficiency and be a major success factor for a sustainable future of SR Technics Malta. The company marks success thanks to the excellent support of the Malta government,” said Arthur Magri, General Manager of SR Technics Malta. The Malta facility will continue to support both SR Technics’ strategic operations in Europe and the overall aerospace strategy of its shareholders.

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