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July 2017

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AAR has secured an extension of its power-by-the-hour contract supporting Air Austral’s fleet of Boeing 737NG aircraft, which began in 2009.


AAR has signed a multi-year component support agreement with Viva Colombia and Viva Air Peru. AAR will make inventory available from its facilities in Miami and Chicago, as well as positioning stock in Bogota, Medellin and Lima.


AAR has signed a multi-year contract to provide power-by-the-hour component support for Wataniya Airways of Kuwait.


AAR will support Wataniya’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft through its extensive inventory network, including parts warehouses in Dubai and Europe, and will position local stock in Kuwait.


AFI KLM E&M has entered into a long term Component Pooling Services Agreement with Qantas Airways in association with Jetstar to support their fleet of Boeing 787s. The contract covers pool access and repairs and applies to a total fleet of eight 787-9s to be operated by Qantas, and the eleven 787-8s in service with Jetstar. To guarantee maximum availability for the supported fleets, Qantas Airways and Jetstar will benefit from direct access to the AFI KLM E&M spares pool stationed at Kuala Lumpur and will be able to rely on its worldwide network of inventories and component repair shops, including AFI KLM E&M main facilities in Paris and Amsterdam. This brings the total number of 787 customer airlines contracted by AFI KLM E&M to 15. 


AFI KLM E&M has won the component support contract for Air Mauritius’s new Airbus A350s. The long-term contract covers a total of six aircraft, the first two of which will be delivered this year. In addition to pool access and repairs, the contract covers the deployment of a Main Base Kit to meet the carrier’s local requirements at its base at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. The airline will also be able to tap into the AFI KLM E&M pool of nacelles, which are repaired at the Group’s Helios aero structures facility at Paris-CDG.


AFI KLM E&M will also provide all-round, long-term support during the new aircraft’s entry into service, including change-management training, immersion training for Air Mauritius personnel at AIR FRANCE KLM facilities in Paris, and on-job training for Mauritius-based certifying engineers. As part of the support provided, AFI KLM E&M will implement its PROGNOS predictive maintenance services.


Airbus has signed a Flight Hour Services Tailored Support Package (FHS-TSP) contract with JetSMART, a new Chilean low cost airline, for the provision of full components support and fleet technical management services for its brand new A320 Family aircraft. This five-year FHS-TSP contract guarantees spare parts availability through an extensive scope of A320 LRUs, components repair, transportation and expendables provisioning together with fleet technical management (FTM) services.

Airbus FHS contracts have now been selected to cover more than 372 aircraft from operators of A320, A330, A380 and A350 XWB.


Airbus has signed two Flight Hour Services (FHS) Components support agreements with Malaysia Airlines for its new fleet of six A350 XWB and existing fleet of 18 A330s. These long-term agreements cover guaranteed spare parts availability through an extensive scope of A350 XWB and A330 LRUs, maintenance and logistics services at Malaysia Airlines’ main base and selected outstations, as well as access to the FHS pool located at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, managed by Airbus.


AJW Group has announced the extension of additional Airbus A321 aircraft to its power-by-the-hour contract with Icelandic low cost carrier WOW air. AJW originally signed a PBH contract with WOW air in 2013 to provide support for the airline’s Airbus A320 aircraft. Following the success of the initial agreement, this was subsequently expanded in 2015 to include Airbus A321 aircraft as well. This latest expansion means that AJW now supports all of WOW air’s current generation Airbus A320 family aircraft.


AJW Technique has signed a multi-component repair agreement with Tunisair Technics for the support of their mixed Airbus and Boeing fleet, covering over 300 part numbers. AJW Technique, based in Montreal, will continuously analyse component and sub-component reliability data against the specific flight characteristics of the operator to deliver the optimum support programme throughout the term.


Aviall has signed a multi-year consumables and expendables aircraft parts supply chain program agreement with Etihad Airways Engineering. The agreement expands Aviall’s offerings to include full supply chain spectrum support, including forecasting, planning, advanced provisioning and supply chain administration. Parts associated with this agreement include Boeing proprietary and Aviall-sourced parts used on Airbus and Boeing commercial aircraft.

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