Adria reveals new maintenance providers

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Adria Airways has contracted three companies to carry out maintenance of its aircraft. Sweden's Täby Air Maintenance (TAM) will upkeep the airline's Saab 2000 turboprops, while Italian company Atitech, which is a maintenance partner for Italy's flag carrier Alitalia, will service Adria's Airbus fleet. As previously reported, Denmark's Northern Aerotech will provide the carrier with line maintenance and aircraft on ground (AOG) recovery. The company has been given the all clear and will begin servicing Adria's aircraft as of today. The new contracts for line and base maintenance replaces the previous one held by Slovenia's Adria Tehnika.

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  1. 3 Maint providers for 1 company, what a mess!?

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    1. Because Adria obviously have issues paying invoices, it is better for them to split it in 3...

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    2. What about the CRJ fleet?

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    3. "Denmark's Northern Aerotech will provide the carrier with line maintenance and aircraft on ground (AOG) recovery. " - but who will provide base maintenance checks for Adria?

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    4. Noone because they will finnish with their operation in week or two.

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  2. Some one told me that Adria has a a dept over 50 000 € in a service provider in Pristina, it is not airport related but an other service. The persone asked me not to talk about it due the sensitive position he holds in his company!

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    1. But you decided to share it regardless. What a good friend you are.

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  3. Most of the people writing here are just jelous because some people did something with their lives!!! Being a pilot or a cabin crew is a very hard and rewarding job. It's a lifestyle...and i applaud those people for standing up and figjting for their rights. LCCs did a damage to all aviation! Because of them aviation is no longer what it was and it will never be! I hope the story will have a happy ending. People who don't work in aviation don't have a clue about anything. They think that being a pilot or a cabin crew means that you travel to exotic countries, staying in 5 star hotels and doing nothing else. Sitting in an office for 8 hours or being in air for 8hours is a completly different story and they will never get it!!! I would say to those people, just try for 1 week flying every day for 10-12 hours and 56 hors in 7 days and than write stupid commentš. I really want to know how would they comment than..

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    1. What does this have to do with Adria changing maintenance providers? :D

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    2. @00:54 Please stop with this drama. Everyone is free to become pilot or flight attendant. If you have a problem with the working conditions change job !

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    3. +10000000000

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