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January 2016

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AJW Aviation is to provide full power-by-the-hour services for eight Boeing 737NG aircraft operated by Danish leisure airline Primera Air. AJW will also place exclusive and non-exclusive spares stock at Primera’s operational headquarters in Copenhagen. The exclusive stock is being provided by AJW Leasing.


FL Technics has extended two existing PBH agreements and signed a new wheels and brakes support contract with Polish charter airline Enter Air to support a fleet of 17 Boeing 737-400 and 737-800 aircraft. The partnership started in 2010 following the signing of the first PBH agreement concerning the support of three Boeing 737s. The contract was then succeeded by another PBH agreement and, most recently, the wheels and brakes support deal. Under the terms of the agreement FL Technics will provide the carrier’s Boeing 737-400 fleet with wheels and brakes support, as well as the associated repair and overhaul services under the charge per aircraft landing programme.


FL Technics has recently signed a three-year, charge-per-aircraft-landing brake and wheel maintenance contract with Small Planet Airlines of Lithuania, which has a fleet of 18 Airbus A320 aircraft.


Lufthansa Technik has extended the Total Base Maintenance Support (TBM) contract with the Norwegian Group for its Boeing 737-800 fleet ahead of time. The MRO contract covering Boeing 787 wheels and brakes has also been expanded. Norwegian and Lufthansa Technik signed the first TBM contract covering the airline’s Boeing 737-800 fleet in 2012. Initially running over a period of five years, the airline has recently expanded and extended the contract. Beyond the existing fleet, the new contract also covers the future 737-800 fleet of the entire Norwegian Group. In addition to Norwegian Air Shuttle, this also includes Norwegian Air International, Norwegian Air UK and Norwegian Air Norway. For the first time, Lufthansa Technik will also perform end-of-lease checks, initially on 11 aircraft.


As a Messier-Bugatti-Dowty Recommended Repair Center (RRC) for Boeing 787 wheels and brakes, Lufthansa Technik is also responsible for the wheels and brakes of Norwegian’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet. The corresponding agreement has also been extended and the volume doubled. Under contract at Lufthansa Technik since 2013, Norwegian currently has eight 787-8 aircraft in operation. From 2016, the airline will also start operating the 787-9.


Lufthansa Technik has signed a 10-year Total Component Support TCS contract with Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) to support its future Boeing 777 longhaul fleet of nine aircraft. Lufthansa Technik is working intensively on preparations for supplying components for SWISS. This includes the basic stocking of the home base with spare parts at the airline’s base airport in Zurich. The start date for supply was 1 January 2016.

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