MRO News Briefs, Feb. 20-26, 2022

Turkish Technic Base Maintenance Collaboration
Turkish Technic has signed an agreement with AMROS Global for the C check and lease-out operations of two Airbus A330s, commencing in the first quarter of 2022.

VD Gulf and Satair Renew Supply Agreement
VD Gulf has renewed its partnership with Satair through an extended supply agreement that covers spares for Airbus and Boeing aircraft. It will utilize Satair’s Dubai warehouse for parts supply.

Aeroco Extends easyJet Cabin Maintenance Support
Aeroco Group has extended its contract with easyJet to provide cabin maintenance support services. Its airside team will continue to deliver support to the airline’s fleet throughout the UK, including London Gatwick, Luton, Liverpool and Manchester.

Air Peace Signs Embraer Services Agreement
Air Peace has signed a long-term services agreement with Embraer to support its fleet of E195-E2 and ERJ 145 aircraft. The contract includes component exchanges and repair services as well as the installation of Embraer’s Ahead-Pro aircraft health analysis and diagnosis system in Air Peace’s E195-E2s.

Signature TechnicAir Expands UK CAA and EASA Approvals
Signature TechnicAir has received UK Civil Aviation Authority and European Union Aviation Safety Agency Part 145 approvals to expand into maintenance services for Embraer 135, 145, Legacy and Phenom 300 series aircraft. It will offer services from its facilities in Bournemouth, Farnborough and Luton UK, as well as through its fleet of mobile maintenance vehicles.

Eclipse Technics Passes IAMA Audit
The Independent Aircraft Modifier Alliance (IAMA) has announced that Eclipse Technics is the first member to pass its audit, which assesses whether member companies are in compliance with the IAMA Rulebook Standard. The audit was conducted by independent partner Quali-audit and Eclipse Technics can now use an IAMA endorsement label on its modifications.

Ascent Aviation Preps for New Roswell MRO Facility
Ascent Aviation has broken ground on its third location, which will be based at Roswell Air Center in New Mexico. The new MRO hub is planned to open at the end of 2022 and Ascent plans to hire 360 employees in Roswell. In efforts to build up workforce pipeline at the new facility, it is partnering with Eastern New Mexico University and Central New Mexico Community College to provide scholarships and internships.

Cebu Pacific Picks Airbus Component Support Program
Cebu Pacific has selected Airbus’ Flight Hour Services material management to provide component support for its fleet of 16 A330neos. The program includes parts pooling, on-site stock at Cebu Pacific’s main base in Manila, components repairs, component engineering services and end-of-lease condition support.