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November 22 (SeeNews) - Air Serbia is in talks with Turkish Technics, a unit of Turkish Airlines, to establish a joint venture for the launch of a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) unit in Serbia, regional media reported on Wednesday.
“We are having a discussion with Turkish Technics on a potential joint venture and implementing such an option at our home base. However, it is not the only option, and we are exploring other possible solutions,” Air Serbia CEO Jiri Marek was quoted as saying by news portal EX-YU Aviation.
The carrier has been outsourcing its maintenance after relations with its main MRO provider, Jat Tehnika, became strained.
“Last winter season we had a lot of delays caused by Jat Tehnika. However, we are continuing our discussion and seeking synergies to establish a strategic partnership - which would be logical, having close cooperation with a provider at your base,” Marek also said.
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