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January 2015

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Ameco Beijing and Air Astana have signed a five-year contract for Rolls-Royce RB211 engine repair and overhaul work.


MTU Maintenance has signed an exclusive 10-year Total Engine Care programme (TEC) with Air Costa of India for the GE Aviation CF34-8/10 engines powering its Embraer E170 and E190 fleet. MTU will also provide LRU management and spare engines. The engines will be overhauled at MTU Maintenance Berlin Brandenburg, while the LRU management services will be provided by MTU Maintenance Canada. Spare engine support will be delivered by MTU Maintenance Leases Services, a joint venture with Japanese Sumitomo Corporation based in Amsterdam.


PowerJet has signed a long-term support agreement with VLM Airlines for the SaM146 engine that powers the Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100). In October 2014, VLM Airlines announced the airline would become the first European operator of the long-range SSJ100 LR regional aircraft.


Rolls-Royce has been selected by AirAsia X to power 10 Airbus A330ceo and 55 A330neo aircraft with engines and long-term TotalCare support worth $6.2 billion. The A330ceos will be powered by the Trent 700 and the A330neos by the recently-launched Trent 7000 engine. The airline had previously ordered 25 A330ceos powered by another provider, though this has now been altered to ten aircraft powered by the Trent 700. The order for the Trent 7000 is the largest for the engine since it was launched last year. A total of 132 A330neos have now been selected by airlines and lessors. Rolls Royce has also signed a long-term TotalCare support agreement with Air New Zealand to cover Trent 1000 engines for two additional Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, which will bring its total Trent 1000 powered fleet to 12.

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