Rolling Daily Updates (W/C Oct. 24, 2022)

The latest news in brief from the MRO industry.  

Oct.27 2022

FL Technics, Wizz Air Sign Wheels And Brakes Agreement

FL Technics and Wizz Air have signed a service agreement for the wheels and brakes of the carrier’s Airbus A320 aircraft fleet. The five-year contract consists of repair and overhaul services, storage, supply chain and management solutions.


Kuwait Airways, AFI KLM E&M Renews Engine Maintenance Contract

Kuwait Airways and AFI KLM E&M have renewed their GE90-115B engine MRO contract through to 2029. The engine powers the airline's Boeing 777-300 aircraft fleet.

Oct. 26 2022

Turkish Technic Joins IATA MRO SmartHub Platform

Turkish Technic has joined International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) MRO SmartHub platform. The company says that the platform will create a new sales channel and platform for on-budget procurement from reliable material sources, contributing to the company’s operations and enhancing its competitiveness.

AJW, Arajet Sign PBH Contract

AJW and the Dominican Republic’s new flag carrier Arajet have signed a power-by-the-hour component support agreement for the airline's Boeing 737MAX aircraft. The agreement consists of supply, repair and overhaul of rotable components. AJW will provide the services from its AJW Technic facility in Montreal.

Oct. 25 2022

AAR, Flydubai Sign Component Support Contract

AAR and Flydubai have signed a multi-year flight hour component support contract for the carrier’s Boeing 737MAX fleet. The component inventory for the contract will be located in Dubai.

Air Greenland, Safran Sign Nacelle Service Agreement

Safran Nacelles has signed 12-year agreement with Air Greenland to support the nacelles of the carrier’s fleet of Airbus A330neo aircraft. Safran will provide support at its facility in Pont Audemer, France. Air Greenland will have access to Safran Nacelles’ shared pool of nacelles end-items.

Oct. 24 2022

Joramco, TUI Sign Maintenance Agreement

Joramco has signed an agreement with TUI to perform heavy checks on the carrier’s fleet of Boeing 787 aircraft.

STS, CATTS Sign Training Agreement

STS Aviation Services has signed a three-year agreement with the training provider CATTS. CATTS’ part 147 training program will be fully integrated into STS’ UK operation, covering all of the STS’ technical training requirements.