The Lithuanian airline, which operates a fleet of A320 family aircraft, says it is quite simply looking for “everything." In particular it pinpointed maintenance services and spare parts acquisitions as its key procurement areas.
The U.K. regional carrier pinpointed “bargains” and "innovations" in areas such LED lighting to be retrofitted on its fleet of Bombardier, ATR and Embraer aircraft. Due to wear and tear on their fleet's tires, landing gears and brakes, repair services are also being sought after.
International Airlines Group
International Airlines Group (IAG), parent company of British Airways, Iberia, Aer Lingus and Vueling, is looking for new opportunities that current suppliers don’t offer across all of its associated carriers.
The British cargo airline is actively looking for new contracts and suppliers—specifically suppliers offering alternate solutions to standard options. In their words, they are looking at the “whole gamut” of suppliers.
LOT Polish Airlines
The Polish carrier is seeing an influx of new aircraft into its fleet including the Boeing 737 MAX. It is also looking to address some of its maintenance needs. It has pinpointed a need for for parts, rotables, some MRO capabilities and logistics services.
Danish Air Transport
The Scandinavian charter and cargo airline is on the hunt for some MRO, repair capabilities, spares (particularly engine parts) and components.