BAE Systems announced today that it is teaming with WZL2 (WojskoweZakładyLotnicze Nr 2 S.A.) to offer aircraft support and sustainment services to the Polish Air Force. The agreement, unveiled at Air Fair Bydgoszcz, will provide for maintenance and supply chain assessments, as well as other technical capabilities, to service C-130 aircraft.
“With complimentary capabilities, our companies form a strong aviation team in the region,” said Floyd McConnell, vice president of Integrated Aviation Solutions for BAE Systems. “WZL2 has a highly accomplished track record in Poland, and we have the global ability to meet a wide range of customer needs.”
BAE Systems has been operating in Poland since 1997 and is committed to teaming with Polish and other businesses in the region. In addition to a range of products, BAE Systems offers a full spectrum of readiness and sustainment solutions in aviation, electronics and mission networks to customers around the world.
The company provides end-to-end support and services to extend the life and mission readiness of aviation, aerospace and avionics platforms. BAE Systems’ diverse set of solutions includes depot-level support, operations and maintenance, obsolescence management, and complete life-cycle sustainment programs.
WZL2, which operates one of the largest aviation facilities in Poland, is a dynamically growing enterprise with more than 65 years of experience in overhauling, maintaining and upgrading aircraft, including highly complex fighter aircraft.
Source/Author: BAE Systems