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March 2017

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AAR has signed a three-year agreement to provide landing gear overhaul and exchange services for SkyWest of St George, UT, and its operating carriers, SkyWest Airlines and ExpressJet. The agreement, covering landing gear assemblies and sub-assemblies on its fleet of more than 400 Bombardier CRJ aircraft, includes the option to extend to five years.


AFI KLM E&M has signed a contract covering full component support with Cayman Airways for a Boeing 737-800 that joined its fleet in December. The agreement comes under the AFI KLM E&M Boeing Component Services Program, which supported the aircraft with its previous operator. The programme, launched in 2005, guarantees customers total control over their activities, with technical experience, logistics and fast-track 24/7 access to inventory pools. Cayman Airways is a welcome addition to a diverse list of operators worldwide supported by AFI KLM E&M, which has a strong local technical presence in the Americas and Caribbean region with Barfield Inc, a wholly-owned subsidiary based in Miami.


Sabena technics has signed a three-year contract with Amakusa, a Japanese regional airline, to provide ATR 42-600 component MRO solutions from its Singapore facility, including pool access, component repair and overhaul as well as Main Base Kit lease.


StandardAero has signed a new, exclusive, two-year partnership agreement with Johannesburg, South Africa-based Solenta Aviation Workshop, to provide a guaranteed LRU, MRO and exchange programme to support Solenta’s PT6A/PW100 engine operations. As a strategic partner, the program is specifically designed to provide Solenta Aviation Workshop with highly customised service options to proactively support the company’s expansive worldwide operation.


Per the agreement, StandardAero will provide an exhaustive suite of services, which will include engine LRU repair, engine LRU exchange, service bulletins and airworthiness directives recommendations, unscheduled and AOG support, troubleshooting support and programme management. StandardAero will provide services at the company’s maintenance facilities in Winnipeg, Canada and Tilburg, the Netherlands.

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