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Modification kits

Modification kit sales – Provided by Satair Group

Putting the customer first and offering a comprehensive range of solutions is an essential part of Services by Airbus. This approach allows Airbus to sustain long-lasting and mutually-beneficial relationships founded on trust. Customers can rest assured that Airbus is constantly striving to adopt the latest innovations, enhance overall performance and ultimately deliver the best performance at the lowest price. Maximising the potential of Airbus’ global partnership network ensures high-quality service operations on a global scale. Delivered by Satair Group, Airbus offers part packages for customer modifications. A predefined selection of single parts defined to perform modifications specified in the service bulletin. 

A modification kit consists of:

  • Airbus proprietary parts
  • Standard parts

Contact Orders for modification kits related to standard service bulletins (SB) can be placed with Airbus (Cage Code D4296) via:

  • Airbus spares (application on AirbusWorld)
  • SPEC2000 (electronic ordering via SITA)
  • Airbus Modification Kit department

Note: For kits and services related to aircraft upgrades, please contact the relevant Airbus Upgrade Services Key Account Manager (KAM): upgrade.services@airbus.com

Did you know?

Some 10 to 15 per cent of an airline’s direct operating costs come from aircraft maintenance. This means that having the right system for all maintenance and engineering services is essential to efficiently support the airline in its daily operations.

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