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October 2015

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AFI KLM E&M has signed a component support contract with Safi Airways of Dubai covering three Airbus A320 Family aircraft. The agreement includes repairs and access to a local spares pool.

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Airinmar has signed a three-year agreement with ExpressJet, a subsidiary of SkyWest, to manage component repairs for its fleet of more than 300 regional aircraft.

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Delta TechOps has signed an exclusive five-year component maintenance-per-flight-hour agreement with WestJet Airlines of Canada for four Boeing 767-300ER aircraft. The agreement will cover various aircraft component services for hydraulics, pneumatics, avionics, and fuel and oil systems on the aircraft. Delta TechOps will also provide integrated inventory support and main base kit coverage.

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Saab has extended its power by the hour Parts Exchange Programme (PEP) agreement with Scottish airline Loganair. The contract covers five years (2015-2020) and is worth SEK118 million. The extended agreement comprises component repairs and maintenance services for Loganair’s Saab 340 fleet, within the framework of the existing PEP. The Scottish airline operates 15 Saab 340s and five Saab 2000s. Loganair has had a PEP agreement with Saab since 1999.

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TP Aerospace Leasing has been chosen by T’way Air of South Korea to provide its full service Boeing 737NG Brake Flat Rate Program, including component maintenance, pool access, onsite lease inventory in Seoul, and logistics.

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Triumph Aviation Services Asia in Thailand has signed a five-year contract with Airbus to provide inspection, test, repair and modification of Airbus Proprietary Parts for the A320 and A330/340 programmes. For the duration of the long-term contract, the company will provide maintenance and repair services of rudders, elevators, wing sharklets, flaps, slats, and other aircraft structures subcontracted by Airbus or received directly from Asia Pacific customers based on a collaborative marketing model.

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