More Announcements From MRO Europe


It's been another busy day here at MRO Europe. We're happy to announce that a record 5,100 industry professionals registered to attend the exhibition.

Here's some MRO news: 

Italian carrier NEOS has signed up to a three-year contract withDelta TechOps for the maintenance of its CFM56-7B engines.

Texas-based CT Aerospace has rebranded to Killick Aerospace. The firm recently opened a new 20,000 sq. ft distribution center in Dublin, Ireland.

Saab AB and Maastricht Maintenance Boulevard, a foundation that represents 25 small to medium aviation enterprises in the Netherlands, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with an aim of “exploring cooperation possibilities…in relation to aircraft and aerospace projects.” The focus is on regional aircraft and general aviation, the companies said.

Ethiopian Airlines has signed a spare parts agreement with Spirit AeroSystems for its fleet of Boeing aircraft. Ethiopian is Spirit’s first African contract customer. 

Flybe Finland has signed up to a long-term maintenance con and pooling contract with Air France KLM Engineering & Maintenance. The contract includes components and propellors for the airline’s fleet of ATR turboprops. AF KLM E&M will also position a Main Base Kit at Flybe’s base at Helsinki airport.

AJ Walter has secured contracts with four European airlines for its power-by-the-hour service. The agreements cover Air Moldova’s fleet of A320s, Cosmo Airlines two A320s, BH Air's eight Airbus aircraft and Aerosvit Airlines’ mixed fleet of 25 Boeing 737s. 

Monarch Aircraft Engineering announced the launch of its new MRO app for the iPhone and iPad. The app offers registered customers access to a range of Monarch’s services including AOG and spares support.

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