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Trenchard Aviation assists COVID19 repatriation flights

Posted 14 April 2020 · Add Comment

Trenchard Aviation Group is assisting AirTanker with repatriation flights bringing UK citizens home during the COVID-19 pandemic.



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Trenchard Aviation Group is supporting AirTanker by providing galley catering equipment and unit load device aircraft containers for three repatriation charter flights.
Courtesy Trenchard Aviation Group

AirTanker operates the RAF’s fleet of Voyager A330 MRTT aircraft and operates three of its A330-200’s on the civil register in the commercial ACMI market, wet leasing the aircraft to other airlines. It is one of the civil registered aircraft that is operating the repatriation charters from Goa.

Trenchard Aviation Group is supporting AirTanker with three repatriation charter flights by providing galley catering equipment and unit load device aircraft containers.

Mark Faulkner, Trenchard Aviation Group’s CEO, commented: “We’re delighted to assist the UK Government and AirTanker in these challenging times.”

Alastair Johnson, Senior Supply Chain Manager at AirTanker commented: “Aero Technics, part of Trenchard Aviation Group, were able to swiftly supply equipment from their Manchester facility to RAF Brize Norton to assist AirTanker operate three repatriation flights to Goa, India bringing back citizens to the UK” 

Working in close partnership with leading airlines, OEMs and MROs worldwide, Trenchard Aviation Group offers one of the broadest ranges of cabin products and services available in the market.

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