Services By Airbus - Paving The Way To Airline Success

| September 14, 2017

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Airbus is a leading supplier of integrated aviation services built around expertise of the aircraft manufacturer with the most modern and comprehensive product line. Creating value for customers, working with operators, owners, MROs and lessors, Services by Airbus enhances fleet performance with the expertise of an aircraft designer and manufacturer. Blessed with the company’s pioneering spirit, Services by Airbus has innovative solutions and latest offering on the services market.

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Vnukovo International Airport is one of the largest air transportation hubs in Russia ranking third in terms of passenger numbers among the nation’s leading aerial gateways. The Airport’s two passenger terminals offer a total capacity of 6800 pax. per hour with about 120 thousand flights by more than two hundred airlines from all over Russia, the CIS, and beyond, handled at the Airport every year.

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