Aircraft cabin windows produced by French manufacturer Saint-Gobain Sully will continue to be marketed by Airbus subsidiary Satair as the two companies expand their previous agreement from the Asia-Pacific region, including China, to global coverage. The renewed partnership builds on the companies’ 2015 pact covering Airbus and ATR cabin transparencies.
“We are pleased to expand our strong business relationship with Saint-Gobain Sully,” said Bart Reijnen, chief executive officer for Satair. “The new agreement improves our ability to keep in tune with market needs and ensure stock availability closer to the customers.”
Scott Huth, general manager, Saint-Gobain Aerospace added, “In recent years we have seen an increased customer demand worldwide, and this new agreement solidifies our commitment to meet these demands. We are pleased to expand our agreement with Satair, who has strong global distribution capabilities, and we look forward to continuing to grow our partnership.”
Saint-Gobain Sully is the exclusive supplier of cockpit windows for the Airbus A380 and A350. The AIRBUS models of A318/319/320/321 and A330/340 are also equipped by Saint-Gobain Sully.