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Cardiff Aviation joins forces with NAAS Aircraft Services International

Posted 24 April 2013 · Add Comment

NAAS Aircraft Services International, believed to be the largest fuel tank systems maintenance company in the world, has joined forces with Cardiff Aviation.

Established in the summer of 2012, Cardiff Aviation is a commercial aircraft maintenance organisation and pilot training school. 

Its MRO has base and line approval on a wide range of commercial aircraft and one of its unique selling points is that it offers a one-stop-shop service to aircraft leasing companies.

Bruce Dickinson, who established the company with Mario Fulgoni said: “I have been keen to spread our coverage.

Now that we have partners on the west coast of Ireland (NAAS announced last week it had established an EMEA headquarters at Shannon Airport, Ireland) next we move east!” Fulgoni is delighted that the joint venture adds to the experience within the Cardiff Aviation group, as well as provides it with a worldwide distribution network and a presence at Shannon.

NAAS MD Ray Raoufi (pictured with Fulgoni) said: “We are delighted to be working with an exciting business like Cardiff Aviation in a venture that we hope will lead to additional employment in both regions.”



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