Satair and Metamaterial Technologies Inc. sign distribution deal to bring innovative laser strike protection to global aviation and defence markets
Press Releases • Oct 17, 2018 17:34 CEST
The products covered are eyewear and visors and are applicable to the full range of pilots – commercial, military fixed wing and rotary, and covering a multitude of operations such as commercial and business aviation, military, search and rescue, police and medevac. The technology is superior to other products currently on the market.
Press Releases • May 22, 2018 12:34 CEST
New facility for aircraft battery overhauls and sales operation with expansion planned
News • Apr 19, 2018 13:39 CEST
Satair and VAS Aero Services further expand their strategic services cooperation to include market-critical airframe and engine products
Press Releases • Apr 11, 2018 05:22 CEST
VAS Aero Services, a global leader in aviation logistics and aftermarket services, and Satair, an Airbus wholly-owned subsidiary, announced that they are expanding their strategic services agreement covering servicing, certification, warehousing and distribution of OEM excess parts inventory, with the addition of market-critical engine product types.
Press Releases • Feb 09, 2018 14:50 CET
Satair, an Airbus services company and world leader in the commercial aerospace aftermarket and Cobham Aerospace Communications have renewed their distribution agreement across the Asia-Pacific region, including China and also extending into the Middle East.
All Nippon Airways of Japan signs for Integrated Material Services (IMS) solution from Satair and becomes the fifth Asia-Pasific carrier to select IMS
Press Releases • Feb 09, 2018 10:05 CET
All Nippon Airways (ANA) of Japan has signed a multi-year IMS contract with Satair – an Airbus services company – for a long-term, fully integrated end-to-end supply chain package covering expendable material for the airline’s continuously growing 18-strong A320 family fleet, comprising A320CEO and NEO and A321CEO and NEO.
Press Releases • Feb 07, 2018 18:00 CET
Satair and UTC Aerospace Systems have signed a long-term distribution contract for primary and secondary flight controls for the Airbus A300, A300-600 and A310. The 10-year contract covers worldwide distribution of spares and line-replaceable units (LRUs).
Satair Group turns into Satair and combines the best of both worlds with a corporate revamp - right on time for its 60th anniversary
Press Releases • Feb 06, 2018 11:00 CET
As a key part of the Airbus services business, the new Satair visuals reflect the close integration of the business through fully leveraging Airbus customer services capabilities. Satair continues to be an agile stand-alone company offering OEMs and customers everything from parts management to parts premium services as well as supply chain solutions for all types of aircraft.
News • Jan 26, 2018 15:56 CET
A new portal coming up Satair Group strives for making our customer interfaces easier with a clearer, simpler, better and more harmonized approach between our two channels. Therefore - and as a first step - we are launching a new portal, SatairSpares, which replaces the current Satair Direct portal.
Press Releases • Nov 17, 2017 13:40 CET
Satair Group and CTT Systems A.B of Sweden announced at the Dubai Air Show a five-year extension to Satair Group’s existing 10-year exclusive global spare parts distribution contract for CTT’s range of aircraft climate control equipment including humidification and moisture removal systems that are present on a wide range of modern airliner types.
Satair Group UK becomes first aircraft battery maintanance organisation to meet new AS9110C:2016/AS9120B:2016 quality standards
Press Releases • Nov 07, 2017 11:00 CET
Satair Group UK has become the first organisation in the United Kingdom to meet the requirements of the new AS9110C:2016 and AS9120B:2016 quality management standards for the aviation industry.
Press Releases • Nov 02, 2017 07:30 CET
4th Asia-Pacific carrier to select Integrated Material Services (IMS) for its Airbus fleet.
News • Nov 01, 2017 14:05 CET
Picture the scene just before Christmas 1957. Sensing a new market opportunity 11 colleagues from Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), many of whom had worked in aviation maintenance, decide to create a new company to buy and trade aviation spares for a worldwide market.