Turkish Technic C-checks two A330s for Nordwind Airlines

Nordwind has two A330-200 airliners The MRO provider also supplies components for the Russian carrier's A330 fleet (Kotofeum / Wikimedia.org)

Turkish Technic, the MRO arm of Turkish Airlines, has rendered heavy maintenance services to Russian carrier Nordwind Airlines on two Airbus А330-200s (VP-BYU and VP-BYV). Both aircraft used to be operated by Turkish Airlines.

A spokesperson for Turkish Technic told Russian Aviation Insider that the maintenance contract had been signed on December 27, 2017. Both airliners underwent C-checks at Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport. The MRO provider issued them with certificates of release to service last week.

Turkish Technic also supplies components for Nordwind’s А330 fleet under an agreement signed in August last year.

Nordwind started operating its two A330s last summer as the fourth type in its fleet. This winter the airliners are flying from Moscow to Russia’s Far East, and also from Russian regions to Thailand and Vietnam.

The airline also operates seven A321s, eight Boeing 737-800s, and five Boeing 777s.

Turkish Technic provides services to other post-Soviet customers, including Turkmenistan Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, Azur Air, and Yakutia Airlines.

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