Delta TechOps signed a seven-year, $200 million contract with Alaska Airlines to overhaul the 24,000-pound-thrust CFM56-7B24 engines that power its 32 Boeing 737-700s and -900s. The contract does not cover the higher thrust CFM56-7B27 engines that power Alaska’s 37 737-800s. According to Ascend, Alaska Airlines has another 22 737-800s on order. Delta TechOps said the contract will leverage its partnership with Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corp. The agreement is the first MRO contract between Delta ...

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