The company, which is known as a premier service provider for regional airliners, offers services that include maintenance and overhaul of Saab 340, Saab 2000 and the ATR72 family, as well as extensive rebuilds, modifications and cargo conversions of Saab 340.
“The decision to include the ATR72 in our service portfolio, with the first two aircraft fully refurbished aircraft delivered to KrasAvia last November, was a right move with more ATRs coming this spring,” said Pär Gulle, TAM Managing Director.
“However, apart from the pandemic, we see there is currently a strong business disturbance due to Brexit. The exit agreement between the U.K. and the EU is in place, but a number of more detailed issues connected to Brexit remain to be solved, limiting our ability to serve our U.K. customers the way we would prefer.
“We have a world-wide customer base for our Saab 340 and Saab 2000 maintenance, overhaul and rebuild programs including our cargo conversion program for the Saab 340,” Gulle added. “With one aircraft already delivered in January to a North American customer, and a second in the modification line for a European cargo airline, we expect the number of conversions this year to reach an all-time high.”
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