Regent and Satair enter cabin upgrade collaboration

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OEM parts distributor, Satair has signed a multi-year, global, cooperative agreement with Regent Aerospace for MRO work including the supply of aircraft cabin repairs, refurbishment, modifications, reconfigurations, upgrades and refurbishments for Satair’s clients worldwide.

This deal marks the first time that Satair has entered into an agreement of this kind with an aircraft cabin/OEM supplier. Regent will help Satair to offer additional services and solutions for its clients, including airlines, lessors and MROs across the globe, who want geographical cover for their fleets.

The agreement offers new avenues of opportunities for both companies to expand their cabin interior market share by building new revenue streams and in the process satisfying growing customer demand.

Paul Lochab, chief commercial officer of Satair stated, “This agreement is unique because it offers our customers a one-stop solution for their cabin while keeping them integrated in our network. Our goal for our customers is quicker turnaround times that yield higher asset utilization. Our customers want us to build solutions by vertically integrating our service offerings and this agreement brings a highly capable partner to the table.”

Service segments for cabin interiors covered under this agreement include MRO, retrofits, modifications and upgrades. Cabin interior spares include all plastic components, food trays, arm caps, cushions and dress covers. Additionally Satair will have exclusive global distribution rights for life vests, PSU panels, ovens, overhead bins and doors.

For its part, Regent will cost specific cabin upgrades and refurbishment items with qualified lead-times for all selling activities set forth by Satair, with a cabin interiors price list and a price variation for cabin interiors repair refurbishment. The four main target activities are light checks, heavy checks, lease return checks and generic work scope activity.

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