Eurowings and Nayak have signed an extensive long-term maintenance contract for their station in Düsseldorf. This contract specifies services within the new line maintenance concept of the airline, which will be offered centralised in Düsseldorf.

“Efficient processes paired with operational stability, the highest quality and the required cost efficiency are our strengths which convinced Eurowings to sign the contract. We are very happy to have this renowned airline as our customer and are looking forward to further developing our cooperation,” says Jörg Sauerland, Managing Director of Nayak.

In addition, Nayak will also take care of AOG situations (Aircraft on Ground). This includes scheduled and unscheduled maintenance events such as complex structure repairs, landing gear changes or the implementation of Service Bulletins, as well as the handling of AOGs within the entire Eurowings network. “We are determined to sticked to our already established expansion course even in these crucial market conditions, to strengthen our standing as the largest airline-independent MROprovider in Europe, while keeping focus on the highest customer satisfaction,” says Sauerland.