The company Europavia Spain has been awarded with a contract for the maintenance and repair of rotables components of the Army’s helicopters for an amount of 600,000 euros. The contract has been processed by the Head of the Economic Affairs of the Army Logistic Support Command and is derived from the framework agreement awarded to
The Central Office of Economic Affairs of the Logistical Support Command has awarded Europavia Spain the contract for the maintenance and the repair of the Army helicopters’ rotatable components for 2.3 million euros. The object of the contract is the repair of the Army helicopters’ rotatable components over the next three years. Helicopters on which
The Palace of Pastrana in Madrid hosted the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Europavia, a ceremony presided over by the Jefe del Estado Mayor del Ejército del Aire (JEMA), the General Garcia Arnaiz, which brought together representatives of leading companies of the sector, the administration, partners and customers. Miguel Angel Tapia, its CEO, stressed
Europavia meet next Thursday at Pastrana Palace in Madrid, representatives of leading companies of the sector and of the management, partners and customers to celebrate its 50 years of experience making a brief tour of the history of the company. The event will be chaired by the Chief of the General Staff of the Army’s
The 550 square meters of these industrial facilities, located in the industrial area of Ventorro del Cano in Alcorcon, Madrid, will be allocated to repair and the maintain services of aeronautical instrumentation of the principal companies and operators. This way, Europavia will complement its current portfolio of services and gain proximity with his customers. An
The Dutch Company -GOODYEAR AVIATION TIRES-, represented in Spain by Europavia, has signed a multiyear contract with the Spanish Air Force for the supply of airplane tires intended for fighter, transportation and training aircraft as well as helicopters.
Over the past few months, Europavia has been awarded with four contracts concerning the supply of hardware spare parts to fighter and attack airplanes, training airplanes, commercial aircrafts, and the CL-215 (UD.13), CL-415 (UD.14), P-3 ORION and FOKKER (D.2) aircrafts belonging to the Air Force. The total amount of the mentioned contracts is one million