TAT Group sold today its majority interest in its subsidiary Sabena technics, one of the European leaders in the field of aircraft maintenance and modification, to the funds Sagard, Bpifrance and TowerBrook.
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The French group Sabena technics, an independent provider of aircraft maintenance and modifications (MRO), announces the acquisition of the assets of the company New EAS – now known as Sabena technics PGF – and thus reinforces its implantation and development on the European continent.
This 10 000 sqm hangar will be able to accommodate, in maintenance or modifications activities, a long-range wide-body aircraft up to A350-1000/B777-9X or up to three military transport aircrafts such as A400M simultaneously.
TAT Group enters into exclusive negotiations with Sagard, BPI France and Towerbrook funds for the acquisition of Sabena technics’ capital
TAT Group entered into exclusive negotiations with the investment companies SAGARD, BPI and Towerbrook in order to sell them its majority interest in its subsidiary Sabena technics, one of the European leaders in the field of aircraft maintenance and modification.
The French leading independent MRO provider, Sabena technics, has been granted by the French Civil Aviation Authority (DGAC) the Boeing 787 rating approval.
Joint venture between Sabena technics and AFI KLM E&M finalize a partnership agreement with aerospace OEM around heat exchanger maintenance and overhaul.
The French MRO signed an agreement with Cebu Pacific Air, the Philippines-based airline, and IPR Conversions Ltd, the Large Cargo Door modification STC holder, to convert ATR 72-500 passenger aircraft into freighter aircraft.
Aviall, a Boeing Company, to provide exclusive North American distribution for Sabena technics’ Vigiplane product.
Anticipating the increase of long range wide-body aircraft in Europe and the need to get more capacity to support its civil & military customers, Sabena technics decided to invest in a new hangar in its facility at Bordeaux-Mérignac airport (France).
Sabena technics has been selected by the French Ministry of Defense’s Maintenance Service (SIAé), to carry out part of the maintenance checks of their fleet of 14 C-130H aircraft.
The French Group, Sabena technics, announces the appointment of Fabrice Dumas as the new Managing Director of its Nîmes site (France). He will be part of the Group’s Executive Committee.
Sabena technics announces the appointment of Fabian Ballet as the new SVP Head of Sales Civil & International Defense solutions.
Sabena technics extends the existing contract with PT Pelita Air Service, the Indonesia-based charter airline, by an additional 5 years to the global Component Support of their fleet of ATR aircraft.
The Joint venture is one of the very first multi-product and multi-fleet MROs to set up a component aircraft repair shop at the Asian hub.
The company Sabena technics has been selected by the French Ministry of Defense’ maintenance service (SIAé) for the supply of spare parts and component as part of the logistical support of the French Army’s C-130H aircraft fleet.
Only six months after the opening announcement of their third paint shop, Sabena technics has been selected by Airbus for the construction and operation of a fourth painting facility dedicated to Airbus wide body aircraft in Toulouse Blagnac airport.
For the very first time, Sabena technics has developed an STC to perform cabin modifications on an A350 aircraft belonging to French Blue.
AFI KLM E&M and Sabena technics have announced the signing of a partnership agreement to set up a joint venture to support A320 and ATR component repairs in Singapore’s new Seletar aviation cluster. South East Asia is seeing the world’s fastest growth in aircraft maintenance and AFI KLM E&M and Sabena technics already support large numbers of A320 family and ATR operators throughout the region.
In June 2013, Sabena technics has been selected by Airbus for the construction and operation of a two painting facilities based in Toulouse and dedicated to their Airbus A320 aircraft.
Sabena technics has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval for a Honeywell JetWave™ Ka-band system installed on an Airbus wide body aircraft.