On 24 January 2019, at the third Regional Logistics Base in Kraków, representatives of our company – president Airbus Poland Manuel Heredia and member of the board Ivan Valcuende, accompanied by director of military programs, retired major general, pilot Leszek Cwojdziński and head of communication and PR Adam Zawadzki
CONTRACTS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF C295 AND PZL-130 ORLIK FLEETS EXTENDED
signed a four-year service contracts for the fleets of medium-range C295 transport planes and PZL-130 Orlik trainer aircraft, operated by the Polish Air Force. Colonel Mirosław Molik signed the contracts as the representative of 3.RBLog.
Under this contracts, our Service Centre will continue to service the fleet of 16 C295s operating from 8th Transport Aviation Base in Kraków and the 28 PZL-130 Orlik trainer aircraft, owned by the 42nd Training Air Base in Radom. The contracts cover the years 2019–2022, and its value before tax amounts to PLN 89 million for servicing the C295s and PLN 12.5 million for the PZL-130 Orlik aircraft.
President Manuel Heredia said: “We are grateful for the trust given by the customer on an agreements that will continue providing the Polish Air Force with a cost-effective solution that not only will maintain and enhance its fleet of C295s but will also ensure operations and training for its future military pilots.”
The signing of the contracts was linked to a visit of our company representatives at the 8th Transport Aviation Base in Balice. The visit was an opportunity to tour the base and to discuss previous and future joint operations. Both the deputy commander of the base, colonel Grzegorz Kot, and the deputy commander of the Technical Service Group, colonel Zdzisław Konieczny, expressed their satisfaction with the cooperation and their high opinion of the quality of the services provided by our Service Centre; president Heredia had an opportunity to fly a C295 simulator.