Adria Tehnika inks major Airbus deal


Aircraft maintenance company Adria Tehnika has signed a long-term cooperation agreement with European plane manufacturer Airbus to provide its Tailored Support Package (TSP) for A320-family aircraft. Airbus' TSP is a comprehensive package which comprises of maintenance, engineering, airframe maintenance and component support. “The contract with Airbus is an additional confirmation of the quality and superior competence of our team. I am convinced that together we will carry out successful projects that will strengthen and expand our cooperation", Adria Tehnika's Deputy CEO, Barbara Perko Brvar, said. In addition to servicing Airbus aircraft, Adria Tehnika is also a Bombardier Authorised Service Facility with its current contract with the Canadian plane manufacturer set to run until 2021. Furthermore, the President of the Sukhoi Civil Aviation Company, Alexander Rubtsov, said Adria Tehnika would play a "significant role" in servicing the Superjet SSJ100 aircraft, as Slovenian carrier Adria Airways prepares to take delivery of the jet this year. Adria Tehnika, owned by Poland's Linetech Holding, runs four hangars at Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport and is considering expanding its facilities to keep up with the increase in the number of customers, among which are easyJet, Nordica, Brussels Airlines and Cityjet.


  1. Anonymous14:57

    Bravo Slovenija!

  2. Anonymous17:05

    Congrats, Slovenia and Adria Tehnika! This is big!

  3. Anonymous17:30

    Well done! Living proof that you can have a successful privatised company that doesn't drain taxpayers.


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