Mubadala's SR Technics signs Air Tahiti deal
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, July 12 - 2012 at 11:35
SR Technics, part of the Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Aerospace MRO network, has signed a contract with French Polynesian carrier Air Tahiti Nui to provide full cabin modification and maintenance services on Airbus A340-300s. The modification on A340-300s involves converting the existing three class cabin configuration to two classes, with the complete replacement of all new business and economy class seats, and the installation of a hi-tech in-flight entertainment system, equipping the aircraft with the most modern and comfortable cabins, said SR Technics. All work will be completed at SR Technics' Centres of Excellence in Zurich and Dublin with a planned completion date starting in May 2013, the firm added.
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