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Total Component Support for Air Serbia AVIATOR Total Component Support for Air Serbia

-Minimum five-year agreement for up to 15 Airbus A320ceo family 
aircraft 

Air Serbia, the national airline of the Republic of Serbia, and 
Lufthansa Technik have signed a minimum five-year contract to provide
Total Component Support (TCS®) for their current and future Airbus 
A320ceo family fleet. The contract includes comprehensive MRO 
(Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul) services as well as spare parts 
pooling and homebase services for the required components in 
Belgrade, Serbia, starting in January 2024.

Jiri Marek, CEO of Air Serbia, commented: "We have ambitious goals 
for our airline, and if we look toward the end of the next decade, 
our airline could have more than 50 aircraft. This requires a 
reliable partner that supports us with the best possible services – 
also at our home base in Belgrade. The partnership with Lufthansa 
Technik will therefore contribute to the operational excellence for 
Air Serbia." 

Kai-Stefan Roepke, Senior Vice President Corporate Sales EMEA at 
Lufthansa Technik, added: "We are very pleased to be selected by Air 
Serbia as their preferred partner for the component support of their 
Airbus A320ceo family fleet. Our modern component services offer 
excellent quality and will enable our customer Air Serbia to achieve 
top performance."

Lufthansa Technik has been supporting Air Serbia with Landing Gear 
and other Services for its Airbus A320 fleet since 2020.

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