Signature TechnicAir Offers Incentives as Traffic Grows

 - June 24, 2020, 9:24 AM
Signature TechnicAir's bases in the EMEA region have remained operational through the pandemic. (Photo: Signature TechnicAir)

MRO Signature TechnicAir is assembling seasonal offers to help spur activity as traffic begins to pick up in the EMEA region. “With the green shoots of recovery providing an upturn in flying activity, we are offering some very competitive deals to new and existing customers over the next few months to help ensure [an operator’s] aircraft is fully prepared and ready to support…operations as business aviation flying demand increases,” said Andy Preston, managing director of Signature TechnicAir EMEA.

The incentives vary and cross a range of activity, including reductions in rates involving scheduled inspections, ADS-B modification labor, Tamarack Atlas winglet installation labor, and defect/squawk work. In addition, incentives include complimentary interior/exterior cleaning and crew transport. “These are just a few of the incentives we are offering,” said John Hamshere, sales and customer support manager for EMEA.

Signature TechnicAir’s EMEA stations have remained operational throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the company said, noting its locations provide base, line, and AOG services, along with mobile service unit activity.

The MRO provider’s base maintenance facility at Bournemouth International Airport in the UK provides airframe, avionics, and engine services, including upgrades and modifications for Cessna Citations and Embraer Legacy 600s. Along with Bournemouth, Signature’s London Biggin Hill, Luton, and Manchester line stations offer round-the-clock services.