Scaling up north: Direct Maintenance re-opens Line Maintenance station in Copenhagen, Denmark
Direct Maintenance, a certified line maintenance service provider, member of Magnetic Group, announced the recent re-opening of the line maintenance station in Kaastrup Airport, Copenhagen (Denmark).
The line maintenance station in Copenhagen is re-opened from March this year as the next strategic step for the company's expansion. In Copenhagen, the line maintenance station will be operated by Direct Maintenance, a member of Magnetic Group, and will provide line maintenance services for narrow-body aircraft such as ATR42/72, Embraer 170/190, B737NG/MAX and A320CEO and NEO. Soon thereafter, the station will be capable of starting handling widebodies as well, such as B777/B787/A330/A350.
„We are glad to come back to Denmark and restart our operations and support to customers here. Copenhagen station will be a long term station and will serve airlines in various segments with a wide range of services - and we believe we are the best choice for customers when selecting Direct Maintenance, a member of Magnetic Group, as a partner," shared Mandeep Rana, Head of Sales at Direct Maintenance.
In the past few months, the company has been following its ambitious expansion plans and has announced the opening of several Line Maintenance stations in Germany, including stations in Frankfurt, Munich and Hannover airports.
Currently, Direct Maintenance covers over 70 aircraft combinations, including A320NEO, A350-900/1000, A380, B737 MAX, B747-8 and B787 in 27 different locations in Europe and Africa.