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August 2016

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AFI KLM E&M will provide Thai Airways with component support for its future fleet of Airbus A350s, with 12 aircraft joining the fleet from this summer, including access to its global pool of A350 components, maintenance, logistics, and a comprehensive material support at Thai Airways main base in Bangkok.


AJW Aviation has renewed power-by-the-hour contracts with Air Blue of Pakistan and AirPeace of Nigeria. Air Blue first signed an agreement with AJW in 2005, becoming one of the organisation’s longest standing PBH customers. It has now extended its PBH contract for a further five years in support of their fleet of three Airbus A320s and four A321 aircraft.


Avtrade has signed a new component repair management contract with a leading cargo airline based at Istanbul Atatürk International. The contract covers a growing fleet of Airbus A300s.


Boeing has announced that Norwegian has committed to GoldCare coverage for its 737 MAX fleet and expanded coverage for the airline’s entire 787 Dreamliner fleet. The new agreements represent the largest commercial services order in Boeing history. Norwegian will launch Boeing’s 737 MAX GoldCare offering when its first aircraft is delivered in May 2017. Under the agreement, Boeing will provide coverage through 2034. Norwegian has 108 737 MAXs on firm order, with commitments for 92 more aircraft. In addition, the airline will continue adding 787-9s to its existing 787 GoldCare agreement. Boeing has provided GoldCare Services for Norwegian’s 787 fleet since 2012.


Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has announced that Latvian flag carrier airBaltic has selected the Smart Parts Program to provide component support for its fleet of 20 all-new C Series aircraft. The five-year agreement positions airBaltic as the second customer for the C Series aircraft Smart Parts Program and will provide the airline with comprehensive component MRO services, access to a strategically located spare part exchange pool, and an on-site inventory based at the airline’s main hub in Riga, Latvia. It is the launch operator for the CS300 aircraft, and the airline’s first aircraft is scheduled to be delivered by Bombardier in the fourth quarter of 2016. Twenty CS 300 aircraft have been ordered by airBaltic.


Lufthansa Technik has signed a 10-year Total Component Support TCS agreement with Ethiopian Airlines to provide comprehensive component support for the airline’s 14 Airbus A350-900s. The corresponding will run for a period of 10 years and includes 14 aircraft. The contract comprises component maintenance, repair and overhaul as well as access to a pool of spares.


Safran Aircraft Engines has signed a three-year Material Repair Agreement with Unison Industries in support of the maintenance of CFM56 engines. The agreement extends through 2019 and covers ignition and power generation components in support of Safran Aircraft Engines MRO locations in Belgium, France, Mexico and Morocco.


Safran Landing Systems has signed a two-year contract with Garuda Indonesia to provide landing gear overhaul services for the airline’s five Airbus A330s. The services will be provided by the Safran Landing Systems MRO facility in Singapore.


Satair Group has started its Integrated Material Services (IMS) contract with Cathay Pacific following delivery of the first of 48 Airbus A350 XWB aircraft at the end of May. The deal, signed in April as part of a long-term Airbus FHS agreement, provides a fully integrated end-to-end supply chain package for Cathay Pacific’s expendable material.

This includes planning, sourcing, purchasing, logistics and inventory management for approximately 15,000 part numbers in total. Satair Group has already started service with the supply of expendable material for Cathay Pacific’s flight simulators, initial stocking of outstations and Cathay’s central stock in Hong Kong.


Unison Industries has signed a ten-year After Market Services Agreement with Emirates in support of the largest GE90 and GP7200 engine fleets in the world. The agreement extends through 2025 and covers external Unison new parts and component repairs for GE Aviation and Engine Alliance engine families in the Emirates fleet. Emirates will leverage Unison’s strengths in the areas of exchange programmes, upgrades and repairs. External engine parts manufactured, supported and repaired by Unison Industries include the ignition system, power and control harnesses, sensors and fluid conveyance systems for air, oil, fuel and hydraulics.

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