During the recent MRO Middle East 2019, Etihad Airways Engineering signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Satair, an aviation spares and solutions provider.
The signing ceremony was conducted by Abdul Khaliq Saeed, CEO of Etihad Airways Engineering and Terry Stone, managing director and head of Sales and Support EMEA, Satair.
Commenting on the MoU, Abdul Khaliq Saeed, Etihad Airways Engineering said: “We have a long-standing relationship with Satair and look forward to strengthening it further with this new MoU.
“As we continue to expand our extensive MRO capabilities and expand our global presence, this partnership will help us explore ways to enhance our supply chain function and facilitate parts availability for customers from all over the world.”
As per the penned agreement, Satair will provide supply chain solutions that ensure worldwide parts availability for select aircraft components. Building upon a long-standing collaboration that dates back more than 25 years, the signing of a MoU marks the first step towards establishing an official agreement.
Terry Stone, Satair, added: “We are delighted to engage even further with Etihad Airways Engineering and we look forward to putting Satair’s forecasting and planning capabilities into play and exploring the many opportunities that lie in this forthcoming partnership.”