Deals Announced At MRO Europe


There are lots of announcements coming out of MRO Europe today. Among them:

Nordstar (Taimyr Airlines) has signed a contract with Air France KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) covering the repair and lease of the carrier’s CFM56-7 engines on its Boeing 737NG fleet. 

AFI KLM E&M has also extended a long-term leasing contract for a CF6-80C2 engine with Russian AirBridgeCargo as a spare for its Boeing 747-400 freighters.

Messier Bugatti-Dowty has secured a contract with Aegean Airlines for the overhaul of 29 A320 landing hear shipsets. Cyprus Airways has also selected the MRO for landing gear overhauls on seven A319/A320s and two A321s.

AJ Walter Aviation and British Airways Engineering have joined forces to offer operators access to Boeing 787 spares and repair capabilities as part of an integrated program.

Component Control’s Avtrade has upgraded its Quantum Control software to run on Oracle. The upgrade allows users to  back up databases at any time of the day.

SR Technics will provide development support to Russian independent MRO, Vostok Technical Service. SR Technics will help the Russian MRO secure EASA 145 approvals and cover activities on Boeing 767, 737CL, and 737NG types.

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