C&L Aerospace Signs Exclusive Supplier Agreement with Thai Aviation Industries

Agreement covers the Royal Thai Airforce fleet of Saab 340 Aircraft

BANGOR, Maine – C&L Aerospace, a C&L Aviation Group company, has signed an exclusive supplier agreement with Thai Aviation Industries (TAI), Thailand’s aircraft repair and maintenance service center. This partnership will allow C&L to better support the Royal Thai Airforce’s fleet of Saab aircraft through Thai Aviation Services.

The agreement, which is for two years, is the continuation of the successful history of the two companies working closely together to provide cost-effective solutions for Saab operators.

TAI has been dealing with C&L for a number of years now and this agreement that we have just signed shows our confidence in their ability to provide us with the solutions for our Saab platform customer,” said Anun Chansongserm, Managing Director for TAI.

“Having this deal in place allows for fluid communication and inventory movement between both TAI and C&L,” said Jameel Wazir, C&L’s Executive Vice President. “Our commitment remains to be able to understand and anticipate the customer needs to provide the best possible support.”

C&L Aviation has been in the Saab 340 business for 25 years and is recognized as a world leader in the regional aircraft market.

C&L Aviation Group is an FAA and EASA approved industry leader in servicing, maintaining, and supporting operators in the corporate and regional aviation industry. In addition to aircraft and engine sales and leasing programs, C&L offers parts support, heavy maintenance, interior refurbishment, aircraft teardown, disassembly services, and aircraft management. C&L is headquartered in Bangor, Maine, with international offices in Australia, Singapore, and Europe.

Thai Aviation Industries (TAI) is Thailand’s aircraft repair and maintenance service center. The Thai government approved the establishment of TAI on 23 September 2003, by the Royal Thai Air Force. TAI’s headquarters is at Don Muang. TAI started its operation on 29 January 2004