The warehouse will minimise the logistics associated with sourcing critical aircraft parts © Getty Images/Cultura RF
The warehouse will minimise the logistics associated with sourcing critical aircraft parts © Getty Images/Cultura RF

Warehouse deal to cut aircraft repair times ‘from months to weeks’

19 November 2019

Global Aerospace Logistics (GAL) has signed a warehouse deal with a Chinese contractor which is expected to ‘significantly improve’ the availability of aircraft spare parts in the MENA region. 

GAL will work with Chinese state-backed defence contractor China National Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation (CATIC) to establish a bonded warehouse in Abu Dhabi.

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