News • Feb 10, 2016 17:20 CET
Satair Group is making great strides on a major programme to integrate its Airbus aftermarket supply chain. Several of the different modules underpinning this project are nearly finished with the final elements due to be completed at year end.
News • Feb 10, 2016 17:11 CET
With entry into commercial airline service of the first Saft Lithium-ion battery this year on a Finnair A350, Satair Group is well placed to play a significant role in the take-up of this new technology. Satair Group is one of three companies that have been selected by Saft to distribute the new batteries on a worldwide basis.
News • Feb 10, 2016 15:40 CET
Joint Airbus and Satair experience over the years provides a wealth of experience in planning, procurement, distribution, quality and engineering that IMS will leverage. Satair Group has ramped this up on a big scale to include all expendable parts providing a cost-effective material management service to airlines.
News • Feb 10, 2016 14:00 CET
A key element of both Airbus and Satair's business structures are the Customer Order Desks (COD), which are set up in different ways to handle customer requirements. Both COD channels received strong marks in the 2014 Customer Satisfaction Improvement Programme annual survey -a tribute to the specialists who deal proficiently daily with customers to meet their aftermarket requirements.
News • Feb 10, 2016 12:05 CET
Going the extra mile to support its customers is a hallmark of Satair Group and in autumn 2015 this was proven yet again with the delivery of two A380 hydraulic flyaway kits to a customer in the Middle East. The business is now looking forward to creating many more of these tailor-made solutions not just across the A380 but on many other platforms as well.
News • Jun 23, 2015 16:05 CEST
A revamp of repair services for Airbus aircraft is leading to major benefits for customers and strong business growth for Satair Group. And the improvements will continue with new innovations underway and planned over the next few years.
News • Jun 23, 2015 16:03 CEST
Many airlines operate mixed fleets from different manufacturers, and Satair Group’s ambition to be the leading global aftermarket integrator with a full range of support offerings requires it to provide its services across multiple aircraft types.
News • Jun 23, 2015 16:01 CEST
The global aerospace supply and value chain is becoming ever more complex. A typical passenger aircraft is made up of approximately 3 million different parts - and spare parts for routine maintenance are produced by thousands of different manufacturers, creating a hugely complex task for all stakeholders.
News • Jun 23, 2015 15:41 CEST
This year Satair Group celebrates its 20-year commitment to the Chinese market. From simple beginnings with a Representative office in 1995, the company has grown consistently to serve the expanding Chinese airline market.
News • Feb 02, 2015 13:47 CET
Satair Group is a company on a mission. It doesn’t have a 2020 vision though because the company is wanting to move much faster than that – 2017 is the immediate goal for the ambitious growth targets that have been set for the new business.