Transavia Airlines has signed a multi-year agreement with Satair for Integrated Material Services (IMS) solution. As a part of the agreement, Satair’s integrated material services with cater to Transavia’s requirements for expendable materials crucial for line- and base maintenance operations. This agreement comes on the heels of Transavia planning to introduce the A321neos to its feet, marking its first Airbus aircraft in operation. Satair claims that the IMS is tailored to Transavia’s specific needs and will encompass all expendable airframe materials, enabling the airline to increase spare parts availability while streamlining supply chain costs. Paul Lochab, chief commercial officer, Satair, said:

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