Royal Netherlands Air Force Senior Visit

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We were delighted to host a visit from our friends in the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF), led by Chief of the Air Staff, Lieutenant General Dennis Luyt, who dropped in to take a closer look at the fantastic work our teams are doing to drive availability of their C-130 fleet. RNLAF is one of our longest-standing customers, we’ve been supporting them for over 20 years and signed a contract back in 2018 that will see us sustain its C-130H fleet right through to its out of service date.

Our guests flew into the newly refurbished Cambridge Jet Centre on the airport where they met with CEO Alistair McPhee and International Sales Director Matthew Harvey before taking a tour of our maintenance facility where they enjoyed the opportunity to meet with the teams looking after their aircraft and share some of the stories about the work RNLAF is doing to help protect people in critical situations with the support of Marshall.

“We are delighted that Lt. Gen. Luyt was able to take time out of his busy schedule to come and meet with the team here and I had the strong feeling that he went away confident that his aircraft are in very safe hands.”

Alistair McPhee, CEO

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