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September 2016

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AAR has signed a five-year overhaul and exchange services agreement with Asiana Airlines covering landing gear assemblies and sub-assemblies for 767-38EF and 777-200ER aircraft. AAR will perform the landing gear overhauls in its dedicated Miami landing gear overhaul facility.

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AAR has signed a long-term, multimillion-dollar agreement with Polish charter carrier Enter Air to provide full power-by-the-hour (PBH) component inventory management and repair services on 19 Boeing 737NG/Classic aircraft.

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AAR has signed a long-term, multimillion-dollar contract to provide power-by-the-hour (PBH) component inventory management and repair services to flydubai. AAR will assume nose-to-tail management of components and repairs for flydubai’ s Next-Generation Boeing 737-800 fleet, starting with 53 aircraft and increasing to 60.

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Boeing has announced today an agreement with Japan Airlines to extend its partnership with the company to provide spare parts solutions for another 10 years. The renewed Japan Airlines agreement for Boeing’s GoldCare Expendables, formerly Integrated Materials Management (IMM), is an expendable parts service solution. Under the agreement, Boeing will provide the service through 2026 for 737NG, 767, 777 and 787.

 

The Japan Airlines order is one of many demonstrating the increased flexibility of Boeing’s parts business, which continues to evolve and improve based on customer needs and requirements. In 2015, Boeing increased inventory by 35,000 parts and lowered prices on 24,000 parts. In addition, Boeing has nearly doubled stocked parts for out-of-production aircraft and is offering emergent-build capabilities for customers who need to find parts for out-of-production fleet types.

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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has announced that Jazz Aviation of Halifax, NS, has extended its Smarts Parts agreement to provide longer-term component support for its growing fleet of Q400 aircraft. The agreement, which was originally scheduled to conclude in 2020, has been extended to December 2025. The Smart Parts program provides Jazz with comprehensive component MRO services, access to a strategically located spare part exchange pool and on-site inventories based at the airline’s hubs in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary.

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Czech Airlines Technics (CSAT) has entered into a new six-year agreement with Czech carrier Travel Service to provide landing gear general repairs, lease of spare landing gear sets, exchanges of landing gear sets and repairs of selected aircraft components for 19 Boeing 737NG aircraft. The new agreement guarantees work for the CSAT landing gear production line for the next six years.

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Embraer has announced the extension of the Flight Hour Pool Program with Japan Airlines for J-AIR’s growing fleet of E170s and E190s, which currently stand at 20 aircraft. The pool agreement, for up to 10 years, covers more than 300 part numbers for J-AIR’s entire E-Jets fleet. J-AIR currently operates 17 E170s and three E190s. The third E190 commenced revenue service at the start of September.

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FL Technics has signed a Power-by-Hour (PBH) programme with Thai cargo airline K-Mile Asia. FL Technics will ensure continuous spare parts supply for the carrier’s two Boeing 737-400SF aircraft. FL Technics will ensure both routine and ad hoc (AOG) spare parts delivery to the carrier’s hub at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok. The agreement also covers spare parts deliveries to airports in Vietnam, Singapore, Hong Kong, as well as other destinations in the region.

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Lufthansa Technik and GoAir of India have prematurely extended their component support contract for the airline’s present and future fleet of Airbus A320 classic and A320neo aircraft respectively. The Total Component Support TCS agreement covers most of the spare parts required for the regular maintenance of 19 A320 aircraft as well as the new A320neo fleet until 2026. Two A320neo have been put into service recently, with a total of 144 being on order.

 

Lufthansa Technik Services India (LTSI) is providing spare parts to the airline’s bases at Mumbai and Delhi. The company cooperates closely with Lufthansa Technik’s AOG Materials Desk (Aircraft on Ground) in Hamburg. GoAir enjoys access to the full service spectrum of integrated and comprehensive Total Component Support on a 24/7 basis, ranging from component pooling and material management to customer services as well as logistics and transport services. In addition, GoAir has access to Lufthansa Technik’s Technical Operations WebSuite manage/m, giving both partners the possibility to use just-in-time inventory management.

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Lufthansa Technik and Taiwan based China Airlines have expanded their partnership by entering into a new long-term Total Component Support (TCS) agreement for Airbus A350 aircraft. Services will include maintenance, reliability monitoring, reliability enhancement programs as well as logistic services. In addition, Lufthansa Technik will provide a worldwide AOG support using Lufthansa Technik’s network including component pools in Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.

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