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AAR signs extended PBH contract with Air Austral

Posted 23 June 2017 · Add Comment

AAR has secured an extension of its contract supporting Air Austral's fleet of B737NG aircraft, which began in 2009.

“The renewal of this PBH contract is a testament to the excellent customer service and flexible component support AAR has provided to Air Austral over the last eight years,” said Nick Price, Senior Vice President, Operations, Commercial Programmes, AAR. “Air Austral is positioned in a geographically challenging location, but AAR’s customer support network works seamlessly with the customer to ensure service levels are exceeded. We look forward to continuing this long-standing relationship.

“AAR’s successful support to customers such as Air Austral demonstrates our flexibility and willingness to understand each customer’s operational needs, which helps us secure repeat business,” said Deepak Sharma, President, International Supply Chain, AAR.

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