Flight Hour Services
Airframer-developed maintenance solutions to optimise customers’ operations.
Today, all operators require cost-effective maintenance outsourcing options aimed at securing aircraft technical performance with minimal risk and investment.
Airbus has established a dedicated organisation that delivers the Airbus Flight Hour Services (FHS) solution, which provides guaranteed services ranging from component supply and repair to full airframe maintenance.
Expertise, quality, flexibility and cost-efficiency are cornerstones of the Airbus Flight Hour Services offer, built on two different packages:
Flight Hour Services Components
The module guarantees the availability of all primary line replaceable unit spare parts through an exclusive on-site stocks and pool access services, as well as state-of-the-art repair services.
Flight Hour Services Tailored Support Package
The Tailored Support Package (TSP) is a modular and flexible solution which combines the Flight Hour Services Components module with a combination of engineering, airframe maintenance and additional services. The full package of Flight Hour Services TSP solution guarantees up to the aircraft availability, covering technical, logistics and maintenance delays.
More than 185 aircraft – consisting of A320, A330, A380 and A350 XWB jetliners – are covered by Flight Hour Services as of 2015, showing the attractiveness of Airbus’ offer for its worldwide operators.
Associated customer benefits…
|… From FHS solutions
Secure and optimize airline operations
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Airbus shares a common interest with its customers: keeping their fleet flying and reducing aircraft maintenance costs.
Did you know?
Airbus FHS has an integrated organisation, with more than 200 staff dedicated to FHS on four sites: Toulouse; Hamburg; Washington, D.C.; and Beijing; as well as customer on-site team in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, China, India and the U.K. (London).
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