MRO News Briefs, Oct. 24-30, 2021

Joramco Extends Lufthansa Group Maintenance Agreement
Joramco has announced the continuation of its maintenance agreement with Loufthansa Group, first signed in 2017. Under the agreement, Joramco will perform checks on Airbus A320, A330 and A340 aircraft from Lufthansa, Swiss and Brussels Airlines.

Republic Airways Signs Onto Beacon Platform
Republic Airways has signed a multi-year agreement with EmbraerX for the use of its Beacon maintenance coordination platform. Republic will use the platform to support maintenance operations and accelerate aircraft return to service time, and EmbraerX will integrate the platform into the airline’s stations and on-call maintenance providers.

Antavia Opens New Paris MRO Facility
Antavia has opened its new wheel and brake MRO facility at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, which it designed to replicate its modern facility near Toulouse. It says the new facility has enabled it to integrate new equipment and enhance its overhaul and tire change turnaround times.

Frontier Signs Onto Airbus Skywise Health Monitoring
Frontier Airlines has signed onto Airbus’ Skywise Health Monitoring platform for real-time management of aircraft events and troubleshooting of its Airbus A320 family fleet. The five-year contract covers 111 aircraft.

Fokker Signs Honeywell LEAP Agreement
Fokker Services has signed a 10-year repair license agreement with Honeywell Aerospace for its LEAP engine accessories and line replaceable units. Under the contract, Fokker will become a Honeywell Aerospace Authorized Service Center and Warranty Repair Shop for the components.

Joramco and TAT Technologies MOU
Joramco has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with TAT Technologies to establish a center of excellence for servicing of aircraft heat transfer components. Under the MOU, TAT subsidiary Limco will provide MRO services including testing, repairs and overhaul at Joramco’s Queen Alia International Airport facilities.

Eirtech Acquires H4 Aerospace
Eirtech Aviation Services has acquired Part 21J design organization H4 Aerospace UK Limited (H4A). Eirtech says the acquisition brings CAA and EASA Part 21J approval capability under one roof. H4A will continue to operate as a subsidiary of Eirtech.

AFI KLM E&M Signs Air Austral Contract
AFI KLM E&M has signed an agreement with Air Austral to provide component support for its fleet of three Airbus A220s. Under the contract, AFI KLM E&M will provide parts availability and repair, engineering support and adaptive services management.