Adria Airways Tehnika is easyJet's MRO provider for registration change to Austrian registry

Adria Airways Tehnika  is  easyJet's MRO provider for registration change to Austrian registry

Zgornji Brnik, November 13, 2017

 

Adria Airways Tehnika, the MRO based in Slovenia, was selected to perform the re-registration of easyJet aircraft onto the Austrian registry. The first aircraft was re-registered in July 2017 as part of the granting of easyJet's Austrian AOC. Adria Airways Tehnika is currently working on the re-registration of the remaining easyJet aircraft, around 110 planes, that are required for easyJet’s EU based operations into easyJet Europe over the next two winters.

 easyJet's aircraft infont of Adria Tehnika's hangar in Ljubljana

This project is challenging both in terms of scale and its timeline and Adria Airways Tehnika have successfuly performed the first registration changes in line with the schedule.


Maks Pele, CEO of Adria Tehnika: ''We started the cooperation with easyJet in 2016 and proved to be a reliable supplier of maintenance services to easyJet A320 fleet and are pleased to grow our business with easyJet for the next two seasons and beyond. The airline has impressive growth plans and with our expansion plans for 2018 we shall be able to guarantee two lines for easyJet and establish beneficial trusted partnership .''


Brendan McConnellogue, easyJet’s Head of Maintenance & Technical Director: »easyJet had a positive experience on a previous project with Adria Tehnika. As such Adria Tehnika were identified as the ideal partner to assist easyJet with the complex demands of the registration transfer programme. Adria Tehnika’s proactive approach to a culture of safety and wealth of Airbus A320 experience sit well with us and mirror our own core company values.«

easyJet's aircraft during A/C registration change in Adria Tehnika's hangar
In July, easyJet established a new airline -easyJet Europe- based in Vienna to enable it to continue to operate flights within the EU after Brexit. The new structure means that easyJet would become a pan European airline group with three airlines based in Austria, Switzerland and the UK. easyJet has selected the Austrian regulator following a rigorous selection process.