News Announcements From MRO Europe


Norwegian Air Shuttle has signed a five-year total base maintenance support agreement with Lufthansa Technik for its fleet of Boeing 737-800s. The support agreement includes slot guarantees for Norweigan’s aircraft to be overhauled in Budapest, which is a high frequency destination for the airline, negating the need for ferry-flights.

Lufthansa Technik Airmotive Ireland and Poland's Enter Air concluded a CFM56-3 and CFM56-7 engine repair, core exchange and long term engine leasing agreement at MRO Europe.

London Gatwick-based Avion Express has signed up with Monarch Aircraft Engineering for line maintenance technical handling of its fleet of Airbus A320s. Monarch already provides an AOG response service to Avion.

TP Aerospace Technics has secured a three-year contract with Cretian airline, Minoan Air, for wheels and brakes maintenance for its fleet of Fokker 50s.

Cimber A/S has signed a two-year deal with TP Aerospace for access to its CRJ200 wheels and breaks inventory. 

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