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May 2016

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AFI KLM E&M and Xiamen Airlines have further extended their Boeing 787 cooperation by signing a long-term contract, under which AFI KLM E&M handles maintenance and repair of the GEnx engines powering the Xiamen Airlines fleet of six 787s.


CFM has won an order worth $100 million at list price from Qingdao Airlines for CFM56-5B engines to power five purchased Airbus A320ceo aircraft due for delivery later this year. The airline has also signed a 12-year Materials Services Agreement.


Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey has signed a 15-year exclusive agreement with Austrian Airlines for the provision of CF34-10E engine MRO services for the carrier’s current and future fleet of EMBRAER 195 aircraft.


Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey has signed an exclusive five-year maintenance agreement with Biman Bangladesh Airlines for Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150A engines powering two Bombardier Q400 aircraft.


MTU Maintenance has signed an exclusive five-year contract with the Mexican low-cost carrier VivaAerobus for the MRO of the airline’s seven leased V2500-A5-powered aircraft. MTU Maintenance will be providing VivaAerobus with its Total Engine Care (TEC) package, which also includes accessory repair, LRU management, MTU’s proprietary early detection system, MTUPlus Engine Trend Monitoring, spare engine support, as well as customised on-site training.


Rolls-Royce has received a $1.2 billion order for Trent 7000 engines and TotalCare service support from Garuda Indonesia. The engines will power 14 Airbus A330neo aircraft.


SR Technics has concluded an exclusive six-year turnkey support contract with Condor Flugdienst to service Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines from its Boeing 767 fleet. The work will be carried out in Zurich, Switzerland.


SR Technics has signed an engine maintenance contract with airblue, Pakistan’s second largest airline. Worth over $30 million, the agreement runs until 2022 and covers the maintenance and overhaul of the CFM56-5B engines used on airblue’s Airbus A320 fleet. This new agreement builds on the success of a seven-year contract between the two companies for the same services.

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