Airline MRO service agreements


Southwest Airlines selects BAE Systems to support world’s largest fleet of 737s

BAE Systems has been selected by Southwest Airlines to be its exclusive provider of maintenance, repair and overhaul services for over 450 737 Next Generation aircraft.  BAE Systems will provide CFM56-7 FADEC repair and overhaul on Southwest’s fleet under this five-year agreement.

China Express Airlines signs multi-year contract with StandardAero

StandardAero signed a five-year maintenance agreement for MRO services on Honeywell RE220 APUs for China Express Airlines, a private regional airline.  This new contract supports requirements for 13 China Express Airlinges RE220 APUs. The China Express repair and overhaul services will be completed at the StandardAero’s Maryville, Tenn., facility.

Spirit Airlines chooses UTC Aerospace Systems to provide component maintenance

Spirit Airlines appointed UTC Aerospace Systems to provide maintenance for the nozzles of its fleet of V2500 engine-powered Airbus A320-family aircrafts. This three-year agreement will provide Spirit Airlines with assets to cover removal of nozzles during engine maintenance that will be sent to UTC Aerospace Systems' Alabama location for service.

HAECO ITM collaborates with Thai Airways for aircraft component repair

HAECO ITM  has developed a business collaboration framework with Thai Airways and identified a list of aircraft components that will be repaired at Thai Airway’s technical facilities at Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok. HXITM hopes to optimize repair costs and cycle times and offer better material availability through their pool inventory in Hong Kong.

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