MNG Technic has signed aggrement with Aeroflot Russian Airlines

MNG Technic offers maintenance services to 16 Narrow body or 4 wide body and 8 narrow body aircraft simultaneously at 25.000 square meters hangar space.


MNG Technic Aircraft Maintenance Services Company,  located at Istanbul Ataturk Airport signed General Terms of Agreement with Aeroflot Russian Airlines, the flag carrier airline of Russian Federation.

MNG Technic took its place among the technical assistance and maintenance providers for Aeroflot Russian Airlines including but not limited to aircraft painting services.

MNG Technic declared that the goal of the company is to become one of the key players in Russia & CIS countries  and  the company try to increase its market share with the new agreements. The partnership established with the largest airline of the region is beeing seen by MNG Technic as the most important step to achieve this target.

MNG Technic was founded in 20002 as a subsidiary of MNG Group of Companies to provide aircraft maintenance services in Istanbul, Turkey. 

MNG Technic offers maintenance services to 16 Narrow body or 4 wide body and 8 narrow body aircraft simultaneously at 25.000 square meters hangar space. Today, MNG Technic is providing Base Maintenance services to operators in more than twenty-eight countries in four continents at its base with 60.000 square meters hangar, workshops, office, storage area (including 5.000 square meters fully equipped painting hangar) and 30.500 square meters apron area at the cross point of Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa

Founded by the Russian Government on  February 09, 1923 Aeroflot Russian Airlines  is among the world’s oldest airlines and one of Russia’s most recognised brands. Aeroflot’s fleet, which is among Europe’s most modern, youngest and fastest growing, consists of 121 aircrafts, with its backbone formed by modern Airbus A320-family, A330, Boeing B767 and Sukhoi SuperJet-100 airliners.The total amount of passengers carried by Aeroflot Group exceed 20 million (with the 2011 input of the recently acquired regional carriers)


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