Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has entered into four maintenance agreements with Czech Airlines covering its fleet of 17 aircraft until June 2019.
The first is for base maintenance services on the Czech Airlines fleet, including occasional irregular tasks, such as fixing defects and repairing damage to aircraft bodies.
The second is a line maintenance agreement involving regular checks, daily and weekly controls up to the A-check level, fixing defects and performing additional activities connected with the aircraft technique maintenance at its Prague facility along with selected airports abroad on request.
The other two contracts are component and engineering related, with the former ensuring aircraft component availability, repair and logistics.
“The new contracts guarantee CSAT minimum work volumes ordered by Czech Airlines at individual product levels, define the volume and extent of the co-operation between the parties and take into account the risk of price increases in time,” said Václav Řehoř, chairman of the parent company Czech Aeroholding.