Turkish Airlines affiliate, Turkish Technic, announces new partnership with easie for Maintenance Cards Interval Optimization. With easie’s Optimization solution for Maintenance Cards Interval, Turkish Technic will be able to optimize the routine maintenance packages at the macro level for aircraft types in different characteristics, such as age, flight time and utilization. This optimization process will balance the distribution of maintenance cards over planned maintenances and increase productivity by minimizing early task card application and increase the flight time of aircraft.
Ahmet Karaman, General Manager for Turkish Technic expressed his pleasure concerning the partnership with easieon planning optimization: “ One of the most challenging problems for Airlines and MRO companies in Aviation industry is to apply several maintenance cards that have different application intervals by keeping the duration of aircraft on the ground at a minimum. After a detailed research process, we have chosen easie for the optimization of our maintenance cards. We believe in the success of our project.”
Kerem Seçilmiş, Sales Director of ICRON about the selected solution: “ We are very proud that Turkish Technic has chosen easie for maintenance cards interval optimization. The MRO Maintenance Cards Interval Optimization Project truly is complex and not easy to fulfill, but it will provide important benefits to both MRO company and the airline. We are capable of providing effective solutions in a very short timeline.”
Maarten Baltussen, Chief Revenue Officer of ICRON: “ For easie, the signing of the contract with Turkish Technic is a true milestone in our 25-year history. After having SAESL, the MRO division of Singapore Airlines as a customer for several years, getting Turkish Technic on board means the recognition of easie as a market leader in Airline MRO solutions.”
About Turkish Technic
Turkish Technic, an association of Turkish Airlines group companies (Istanbul Stock Exchange: THYAO), is one of the world’s leading aviation services providers, where comprehensive maintenance, repair, overhaul, modification and reconfiguration services are performed with a highly qualified workforce of about 7,500 staff within Istanbul Ataturk Airport and Sabiha Gokcen Airport facilities on two separate continents. Aside from its engineering and maintenance activities, Turkish Technic supports aircraft operators and owners globally with encompassing component pooling, design, certification and production services.