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October 2018

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AFI KLM E&M has signed an agreement with Royal Brunei Airlines to perform full maintenance and repair of LEAP-1A engines powering seven Airbus A320neos.
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IAI’s BEDEK Aviation Group has recently entered an official supplier agreement with HNA Group from China. Under the agreement, BEDEK’s Engine Division will serve as the maintenance and overhaul centre for V2500 engines of HNA Group’s airlines. The engines will be sent to BEDEK by the customers and returned to China following servicing.
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Lufthansa Technik and the Norwegian Air Shuttle Group have signed a contract extending an existing Total Engine Support (TES) contract for a further five years. It covers all-inclusive services for CFM56-7B engines powering the airline’s current fleet of 115 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Lufthansa Technik will cover all planned and unplanned shop visits at its dedicated CFM56 engine shop in Hamburg. The agreement also includes engine lease management, with Lufthansa Technik securing the lease of spare engines for Norwegian to ensure availability during peak overhaul periods. In addition, the contract includes the regular use of Lufthansa Technik’s proprietary Cyclean Engine Wash and on-site services such as Airline Support Team AST Engines as well as the use of the portable aerotracer device. Lufthansa Technik has been maintaining Norwegian’s CFM56-7B engines since the fleet introduction of the Boeing 737-800 in 2008. Lufthansa Technik also supports the airline’s 737-800 fleet with a range of other services, including extensive airframe maintenance.
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MTU Maintenance Zhuhai has signed a three-year contract with Jazeera Airways for maintenance repair and overhaul of CFM56-5B engines that power the airline’s fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft.
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SR Technics has signed a five-year agreement with Skymark Airlines of Japan to provide engine MRO services for CFM56-7B engines. Under the agreement, SR Technics will handle Skymark’s engine shop visits at its Zurich and Cork facilities. The new agreement was signed after a period in which SR Technics performed several one-off engine shop visits for the Japanese airline. 

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