Safran Helicopter Engines extends RUAG Makila 1A1 contract
RUAG performs work on the aircraft which are in use with the Swiss Air Force and other foreign military units as well as civilian clients. Work is regularly carried out at its Lodrino site where the OEM-approved centre is located.
Max Grob, business development manager propeller aircraft and UAV at RUAG, said: ‘We appreciate the reliable and transparent cooperation with Safran Helicopter Engines… Such partnerships help us to continuously expand our know-how and ensure our performance and reliability towards the Swiss Air Force and other customers.’
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