Copenhagen, Denmark, 29 June 2021 – Satair, an Airbus Services company, and AES Aircraft Elektro/Elektronik System GmbH, have signed a multi-year distribution agreement for selected part numbers designed for the aircraft cabin. The agreement covers global distribution rights on an exclusive basis for 23 part numbers including direct light supply in the galleys and lavatories, mood lighting in bar units, and the Switch Mode Power Supplies used in various areas of the aircraft cabin to power applications.

AES GmbH is an international company serving customers in the aviation, space, and maritime industries. The company’s product portfolio includes, but is not limited to, aircraft cabin electronics, comprehensive electrical engineering services, electronic design, and certification services.

Morten Olsen, Vice President Product Management, Satair, says: “We are excited to expand our relationship with AES and we look forward to continuing bringing benefits to our customers through our portfolio of cabin offerings.”  

As the exclusive distributor, Satair will be the single point of contact for spare parts covered by the agreement, and will, on the basis of a global network, bring improved support capabilities to its airline customers.

Vahit Ezer-Hagemann, CEO of AES GmbH, comments: “At AES we are dedicated to continual improvement of our products to ensure we meet, and exceed, tough requirements. We look forward to working with Satair to bring this dedication through our products to airlines worldwide.”


About Satair

Satair is a global company and world leader in the commercial aerospace aftermarket. The company supports the complete life cycle of the aircraft with a full and integrated portfolio of flexible, value adding material management products, services and tailored support modules across all platforms. As a key part of Airbus customer services, Satair has exclusive or primary distribution arrangements for aerospace component manufacturers, and supplies parts to multi-fleet customer airlines and MRO companies. It also fulfils the material service support obligation for the in-service fleet of more than 11,000 Airbus aircraft. Visit