Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has released that it has signed a long-term contract with Air Serbia, the national carrier of Serbia with its major operating hub at Belgrade’s Nikola Tesla Airport.
The companies have reaffirmed their commitment to a long-term partnership, as evidenced by the recently signed contract for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of wheels and brakes for Air Serbia’s entire fleet, which includes A330, A320, A319, and ATR aircraft. This agreement ensures that the cooperation between the two airlines will persist into the future.
“We are so excited to be a right hand in Air Serbia´s growth strategy. We have been cooperating for many years so this is another huge milestone of our strong cooperation and common path. Our expertise and reliability perfectly match with Air Serbia’s high requirements for component maintenance and therefore signing a contract was just a natural outcome,” said Martin Mintěl, Head of Components & Spares Division at Czech Airlines Technics.
Air Serbia currently has two Airbus A330s, three Airbus A320s, ten Airbus A319s and six ATR 72-600 aircraft. The service of wheels and brakes for the entire fleet will be provided by Czech Airlines Technics at Václav Havel Airport Prague.