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MTU Maintenance has launched a new aftermarket service for mature engines called MTUPlus Mature Engine Solutions. 
AJW Group signed a wide-ranging repair agreement with Aviation Technical Services during the exhibition here. The agreement specifically covers a suite of components across various platforms.
Merex Group has signed an international distribution agreement with Boonton, focusing on international military customers for distribution of instrument display components, control devices and illuminated displays.
UTC Aerospace Systems has been selected by Spirit Airlines to provide maintenance for the nozzles of the airline’s A320 family-aircraft that are powered by V2500 engines. The work will be performed at UTC’s Alabama service center.
AirVault says five new airlines signed up to its cloud-computing service in the first quarter of 2014. The company now has an active user community of 32 aviation companies.
MidWest Aero Support is adding the ability to repair laminate panels and investing in heat vacuum applicator machinery to accomplish quicker turn times for repairs.
Airimnar, acting for a top U.S. Airline, has launched a Request For Proposals (RFP) to supply component repair in a contract valued at $50 million. 
Composite and sheet metal repair service provider, M1 Composites Technology, says it has achieved ISO 9001 and AS9100 accreditations for its 24,000 square foot composite repair facility in Laval, Quebec. M1 has also secured approval Canadian government certifications for the facility.
NORDAM and GECAS have partnered to provide airlines with enhanced options for flight controls, combining GECAS’ inventory of flight control parts from tear downs with NORDAM’s component repair skills.

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