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March 2015

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AFI KLM E&M has signed a long-term Boeing 787 component support contract with Thai Airways International. The agreement covers consumables, rotables, tooling and equipment, as well as APU and engine nacelle support.

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Lufthansa Technik and Gulf Air have extended their existing landing gear contract from February 2015 to December 2020. The contract covers Airbus A320, A321 and A330 landing gear overhaul and exchange for complete shipsets. The work will be executed at the Lufthansa Technik landing gear shop in Hamburg,Germany. Lufthansa Technik first entered into a landing gear agreement with Gulf Air in 2011 and has to date performed 10 overhaul events in total.

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Lufthansa Technik and Wamos Air, a Spanish charter airline, have extended an existing Boeing 747-400 Total Component Support (TCS) for a further two years, with the addition of a fifth aircraft. The TCS agreement covers component repair and overhaul services, as well as pooling and home base support at Wamos Air’s main base in Madrid.

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Lufthansa Technik will provide a Total Component Support (TCS) for the Airbus A320 and A330 fleet of the four airlines of Thomas Cook Group. The contract started in February 2015 and will run over a period of six years. It also comprises the technical support of 25 new Airbus A321 aircraft. The last aircraft will be taken over by the Thomas Cook Group Airlines in 2016. The component contract covers services for the four Thomas Cook subfleets: Thomas Cook Airlines Belgium, Thomas Cook Airlines United Kingdom, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, and Condor in Germany.

 

The agreement comprises component repair and overhaul services, as well as material pooling, transportation services and home base support in Brussels, Belgium; Manchester and London-Gatwick, UK; Copenhagen, Denmark; and Berlin-Schönefeld, Germany. Lufthansa Technik will provide technical support via its international network, whereas the component repair will take place at the Lufthansa Technik’s sites in Hamburg and Frankfurt.

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