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18 JUL 2019
SAFRAN HELICOPTER ENGINES and THAI AVIATION INDUSTRIES (TAI) have signed an agreement to extend their support to helicopter engines used by the Royal Thai Armed Forces and Thai parapublic operators. This agreement, which follows a previous partnership signed in 2017 for Makila turbines (H225), is based on a Global Support Package (GSP) and now covers around fifty engines.
Thailand Engine Maintenance


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