The Berlin-based airline currently operates an all-narrowbody aircraft fleet, comprised of A319s, A321s and 737s. It also has a firm order in place for 25 A320neo aircraft, with delivery of the jets set to start in 2020.
The agreement includes all planned revisions and occasional irregular tasks, such as fixing defects and repairing damage to aircraft bodies.
Václav Řehoř, chairman of the Czech Aeroholding, the sole shareholder of CSAT, said the deal will see the MRO perform six base maintenance revisions for Germania this year, with the number expected to double in 2017.
The two parties entered into their first maintenance agreement in 2012.