Airbus Military wins C212 support contract extension
The existing maintenance contract between the Spanish Ministry of Environment, Rural Affairs and Fisheries has been extended for more than two years, according to a statement issued by Airbus Military today.
The contract will see Airbus Military continue their support of three C212 aircraft, used by the Fisheries Inspections Department for the surveillance of Spanish territorial waters.
According to the company, the agreement covers the full and complete maintenance of these three aircraft and includes services such as repairs, parts provision, and scheduled and non-scheduled maintenance checks during the two year contract. The original contract was signed in 2000 and has already been extended on three previous occasions.
More than 800 delivered aircraft have the support of Airbus Military’s Customer Services. The company applies the Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) concept throughout the life cycle of its products, from the first design phase right through to the end of their useful lifetimes.
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