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May 2015

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AFI KLM E&M and Aerolíneas Argentinas have decided to renew an Airbus A340 component support contract and extend it to the A330s that were recently added to its fleet. The long-term agreement covers a total of 15 aircraft, and includes pool access and component repairs.


Air New Zealand and AJW Group have signed a new agreement which will extend the component maintenance and repair services provided at Air New Zealand’s Auckland Engineering and Maintenance base. Under the agreement, Air New Zealand will now carry out some component maintenance on Tigerair Australia’s Airbus A320 fleet on behalf of AJW Group.


AJW Aviation has been selected by Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co) to provide power-by-the-hour ATA Chapter component support for its fleet of one Boeing 767-300 and two 737-700s.


AJW Aviation has signed a new strategic repair partnership with NORDAM Singapore to support Tigerair Australia’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft via provision of some major components, such as nacelles, thrust reversers and cowls on a pool basis during repair and overhaul. AJW already delivers complete inventory technical management (ITM) for the airline across a variety of areas, including components, major assemblies, wheels and brakes, APUs, thrust reversers and consumables, as well as spares at hubs in the region.


Barfield has signed a long-term PBH support contract with SATENA of Colombia which will cover their fleet of ATR 42-500/-600 and ATR 72-500 aircraft. The services provided to the airline include component and engineering support, pool access and Main Base inventory to cover their ATR fleet.


FADEC International, a joint venture between BAE Systems and Sagem (Safran Group), has signed a long term agreement to provide repair services for the Full Authority Digital Engine Controls (FADEC) on the Boeing 737 fleet of China’s Shandong Airlines.


GA Telesis Composite Repair Group (CRG) has announced that SmartLynx Airlines of Latvia has signed onto the Strategic Nacelle Access Program (SNAP), providing it with 24/7/365 access to flight control surface and other structural pooled inventory to support Airbus A320 aircraft fleet operations. The agreement provides SmartLynx with access to a pool of serviceable thrust reversers, inlet and fan cowls and a variety of flight control surfaces for immediate exchange/loan.


GMF AeroAsia has signed a component maintenance cooperation contract with NAM Air, a subsidiary of Sriwijaya Air. This adds to agreements for Boeing 737-500 base maintenance up to C check and line maintenance. NAM Air operates 10 aircraft on domestic Indonesian routes.


Lufthansa Technik and Avianca Holdings Group have recently signed several MRO contracts, making Lufthansa Technik the largest components maintenance provider of the airline group. Lufthansa Technik is providing Total Component Support (TCS) for four of Avianca’s Boeing 787s, with a further 11 to be delivered. The contract will run over 10 years and covers component maintenance, repair, overhaul, as well as Home Base support in Bogota, Colombia. The component supply will be realised via the Lufthansa Technik component network in the US and Europe.


Additionally, a 10-year TCS agreement has been signed for the current fleet of 16 Airbus A330 passenger and cargo aircraft, including home base support in Bogota and Medellin. The two companies have also recently signed a 10-year Total Component Maintenance (TCM) contract for the whole Airbus A320 fleet of the Avianca Holdings Group, currently around 100 aircraft. Lufthansa Technik and Avianca are also about to sign a 10-year TCM contract for engine-related components of the V2500 engines of Avianca Holdings Group A320 fleet.


Lufthansa Technik and US low-cost carrier, Frontier Airlines, have signed a comprehensive long-term component supply agreement for the airline’s current and future fleet of Airbus A320 family aircraft. The contract will run through to November 2024. The Total Component Support (TCS) agreement covers component overhaul and engineering services as well as pooling and Home Base Lease. The component supply will be realised via the Lufthansa Technik facilities in Miami/Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles. Frontier currently operates a fleet of Airbus A319/A320 aircraft with nine A321 aircraft on order with deliveries beginning in late 2015. The airline is also scheduled to begin taking delivery of A320neo aircraft in 2016.

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