Triumph to provide MRO for Asiana Thrust Reversers

A Triumph Aviation Services Asia technician at the company’s Thai operations.

Triumph to provide MRO for Asiana Thrust Reversers

Thailand-based Triumph Aviation Services Asia (TASA) has been selected by Asiana Airlines to provide CF6-80C2 thrust reverser maintenance support and services for its fleet of 14 Boeing 747-400 and eight 767-300 aircraft. TASA, a subsidiary of Triumph Group, will provide full maintenance and engineering capability, supply-chain management and asset management for the thrust reversers from its Chonburi, Thailand factory.

Mike Abram, executive vice president for Triumph Product Support, said: “At Triumph Product Support we see ourselves as an extension of our customers’ operations, partnering with them to ensure the availability and reliability of their aircraft. Our team is committed to forging closer partnerships with OEMs and airline carriers, as well as developing a market leading position in Asia.”

TASA repairs and overhauls a wide range of complex aircraft structures and components such as engine nacelles, flight control surfaces and various aircraft accessories the company said. Asiana Airlines, founded in 1988,  flies to more than 63 destinations and 21 countries from its Seoul, South Korea base.

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