Air Tanzania has signed a De Havilland Component Solutions Program agreement to support its growing fleet of Dash-8 400 aircraft.

The DCS Program will provide Air Tanzania with comprehensive component maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, and access to a strategically located spare part exchange pool.

“The DCS Program provides our customers with superior part availability and cost predictability so they can focus on running their day-to-day operations with minimal related interruptions,” Leighton Storsley, De Havilland Canada Vice-President, Aftermarket and Business Development.

“Our agreement with Air Tanzania has been tailored to provide the organisation with an enhanced, customized package for component support.”

“As we continue to grow our fleet of Dash-8 400 aircraft, it was a natural decision for Air Tanzania to join the De Havilland Component Solutions Program to provide top of the line support to our business,” said Ladislaus Matindi, Air Tanzania Chief Executive Officer.

“We look forward to benefitting from the ready availability of spare parts and cost predictability that is essential to running our business, and the expertise of the De Havilland Canada team.”
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