MRO Europe News In Brief - Day 1


Russian carrier Globus has signed a long-term agreement with AFI KLM E&M’s pneumatic systems and APU subsidiary, EPCOR, covering repair and overhauls of GTCP 131-9B type Auxiliary Power Units equipping the carrier’s fleet of Boeing 737NGs.

French scheduled carrier Aigle Azur has signed a maintenance agreement with AFI KLM E&M for its CFM56-5B engines on 12 A320s. The agreement covers shop visits, overhauls and repairs of the power plants. 

Thomson Airways has extended its heavy maintenance agreement with Luton-based Monarch Aircraft Engineering. The agreement includes medium and heavy checks on the carrier’s Boeing 757 and 767 fleets

AJW Walter has signed the consignment agreement for a Boeing 767-200 aircraft from Aviation Capital Group for part out. The teardown of the 767 took place in Victorville, Cal. and the parted out items for sale include two CF6-80C2-B6 engines. 

Safran has selected AFI KLM E&M to support maintenance of its test aircraft used to develop new systems. The contract includes all Part 145 modification and maintenance work.

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