Magnetic MRO, Air Nostrum sign line maintenance contract

Published: Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Magnetic MRO, global total technical care maintenance and asset management organisation, has signed a line maintenance agreement with Air Nostrum for three of its CRJ1000 aircraft. The contract enables Magnetic MRO engineering team to provide a full suite of line maintenance services on the customer’s aircraft at Zagreb and Copenhagen International Airports.

Magnetic MRO has been operating at CPH International Airport since the company opened an outstation there in summer 2017. As of February 2018, Magnetic MRO has added Air Nostrum to its CPH customer base with a concentrated support of technicians, tooling and logistics. According to the agreement, Magnetic MRO will serve Air Nostrum’s CRJ1000 aircraft also in ZAG Airport to create convenient and efficient solutions during the summer season.

“We are delighted to cooperate with our long lasting client Air Nostrum in Zagreb and Copenhagen Airports. The strong presence in strategically located international airports puts us in a great position to serve Magnetic MRO’s customer relationship as well as international growth strategies.” says Andrei Tchurikov, Line Maintenance Manager at Magnetic MRO. “We are also planning to land on two new outstations located in Groningen and Hamburg Airports by the end of March to provide our utmost line maintenance and AOG support to Nordica’s CRJ aircraft. As a part of our growth strategy, we continue to open new outstations while adding new customers to existing ones, supported by technical assistance tailored to the requirements of all customers.”

Air Nostrum Technical Director, Fermín Tirado stated that: “We are glad to work with Magnetic MRO as they always provide exceptional results consistently performing at the level that meets our high quality and reliability standards, regardless of micro or macro factors varying from our increased work-scope to seasonality challenges.”

Magnetic MRO also announced that the company will further expand its line maintenance capabilities for the Airbus A330.