Cimber Sterling awarded Delta TechOps a three-year contract for time and materials services for 11 CFM56-7B engines and Honeywell GTCP131-9B APUs. The contract’s value wasn’t disclosed. Delta also announced that it received FAA approval to start using a new kind of nondestructive testing, called process compensated resonance testing, to identify over-temperature conditions in aircraft engines. Developed by Vibrant Corp., Delta TechOps says the new technology increases sensitivity to ...

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