News • Aug 20, 2020 09:49 CEST
With large parts of the world’s airlines’ fleets still grounded, preservation of aircraft remains a pressing concern. Satair now offers the newly launched FLASHPLUG® quick engine preservation solution developed by J.B. Roche in collaboration with Airbus - a real cost and time-saving innovation for parked aircraft. The solution is ideal for on-wing engine preservation during parking or storage.
News • Jul 02, 2019 15:15 CEST
During the first two weeks of June, Satair organised a series of Material Support Roadshows across four separate locations in China. Hosted jointly by Training Services, the Support Team and Satair China, the events were held in Shanghai, Beijing, Chengdu and Guangzhou.
News • Jun 27, 2019 16:15 CEST
Today, it was officially announced that Satair will be moving into a new 250,000 square-foot facility in Northwoods Industrial Park in Loudoun County from their current location in Ashburn, VA.
News • Mar 07, 2019 14:31 CET
In a few years Satair’s Used Serviceable Materials (USM) has grown from an initial entry through parting out to a multi-channel operation. Read about the new strategic focus to become the USM market leader.
News • Feb 19, 2019 11:03 CET
A ground-breaking deal announced at MRO Europe exhibition last October, saw Satair sign an exclusive, multi-year global distribution agreement with Metamaterial Technologies Inc. (MTI) and its optical filters division Lamda Guard of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada to bring MTI’s metaAIR® laser glare protection eyewear and visors to all aviation and military markets.
News • Apr 19, 2018 13:39 CEST
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.
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.