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28 November 2013

A long-term agreement on Flight Hour Services with Airbus

Airbus and Thales have signed a long-term service agreement in support of Airbus Flight Hour Services (FHS) and Tailored Support
Package (TSP) programmes for A320, A330, A340, A380 and A350XWB aircraft.

This component support agreement covers the procurement of Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) spare parts and component services including test, repair and overhaul, loans, exchanges and modifications.

Under this long-term partnership, Airbus and their contracted customers will benefit from Thales’s long-standing experience, state-ofthe–art service centres and recognised expertise as a tier one avionics manufacturer in the field of technical support, engineering, reliability
monitoring and repairs.

This will also include continuous product improvement, customer service and supply chain management.
Together with Airbus, Thales offers customers a turnkey support solution customised to the airline’s individual requirements.

This solution is integrated through high value repairs updated to the latest standards and guaranteed component availability, at competitive pricing.


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We found that working together with the aircraft manufacturer is a way to address the needs of airlines looking for enhanced operational and financial efficiencies

Francois Piolet, VP Marketing & Sales Avionics Services Worldwide, Thales Avionics

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