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Dublin Aerospace wins Aer Lingus long-haul contract

Aircraft maintenance firm Dublin Aerospace has won a five year contract with Aer Lingus for the provision of auxiliary power unit maintenance services on its long haul fleet.

9th July, 2012
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Dublin Aerospace wins the contract to maintain auxiliary power units on the Aer Lingus A330 fleet.

Aircraft maintenance firm Dublin Aerospace has won a five year contract with Aer Lingus for the provision of auxiliary power unit maintenance services on its long haul fleet of A330 aircraft.

Dublin Aerospace was founded by Conor McCarthy and other investors shortly after SR Technics closed its Dublin airport maintenance facility in April 2009. Dublin Aerospace was founded wards.

“Dublin Aerospace has been selected as the service provider for APU’s on our long haul fleet following...

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