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Daher appoints 208 Aviation as TBM Service Centre for Southern Africa

Posted 20 June 2016 · Add Comment

Daher has appointed 208 Aviation as its TBM Service Centre for the Southern Africa region.

208 Aviation provides maintenance and support for turbine aircraft, and is based at Wonderboom Airport with Civil Aviation Authority approvals for maintenance in South Africa, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
 
“After an extensive survey of the companies offering maintenance services for general aviation aircraft in Southern Africa, we selected 208 Aviation based on its superior workmanship and dedication to excellent customer service – which are key contributing factors to the success of our TBM aircraft,” said Nicolas Chabbert, senior vice president, Daher Airplane Business Unit.
 
“We’re ready to offer our skills across a full range of aircraft maintenance and support tasks,” said Ben Esterhuizen, manager, 208 Aviation.  
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