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Korita Aviation

Korita Aviation manufactures a range of non-electrical galley equipment for both the aviation and rail passenger sectors. Equipment offered is certified to the relevant industry’s stringent safety standards and meets all airworthiness requirements.

Started in 2006, Korita quickly established herself as a leading manufacturer with a reputation for high quality products and has rapidly grown to become one of the market leaders.
Some of our valued customers are Air Berlin, Air China, Austrian Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Singapore Airlines, TAP, Thai Airways and Ryanair, just to name a few.

Korita Aviation offers a complete range of aviation galley equipment that includes Full and Half Size Meal, Waste, Sales and Divider carts, Standard Units, Oven Racks and Drawers in both ATLAS and KSSU standards.

All equipment are certified to EASA and FAA standards where required.

Based in Suzhou, China, our modern production facility uses the latest CNC milling techniques, optimal engineering capabilities and up to-date 3D CAD designs that offers our customers full turnkey options from the start of the process to end high quality products.

Please contact:

Sales Office Asia

Mr. Winston Wen
General Manager

No. 333 Fengnan Road
Weitang Town, Xiangcheng District
Suzhou, Jiangse Province
PR China
Zip code 215134
Tel: +86 512 62603626
Fax: +86 512 62603611

Sales Office Europe

Mr Jamie Melleney                                                  
Sales and Marketing Manager                            

Mohamed Boujamaaoui
Sales Executive

Bob Franquinet
Sales Executive

Thermiekstraat 17                                                 
6361 HB Nuth                                                         
The Netherlands                                                    
Tel: +31 45 5732200


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