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Indonesia’s PT Garuda Maintenance Facility AeroAsia (GMF AeroAsia) and CFM International recently signed a Material Service Agreement.

Together with this Materials contract, the current CFM56-7B license agreement for overhaul has been extended for an additional five years and a new five-year license for CFM56-5B overhauls added.

“This marks the continuation of a very successful relationship between CFM and GMF AeroAsia. This agreement will help enhance GMF engine maintenance capability and take it to the next level,” said Alan Kelly, Vice President of Services for CFM International.

Garuda Indonesia and its LCC subsidiary Citilink, operates a fleet of more than 120 CFM56-powered aircraft.

In mid-2018, with CFM advisory support, GMF AeroAsia increased its capability to perform “piece part” overhaul, as well as adding CFM56-5B overhaul capability.

About GMF AeroAsia

With more than 65 years of experience, Garuda Maintenance Facility (GMF) AeroAsia is the largest and most integrated MRO in Indonesia with one of its core businesses being aircraft engine maintenance and services. Based at the Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, GMF AeroAsia counts internationally-renowned airlines from more than 55 countries among its customers. Over the years, GMF has obtained a broad array of industry-standard international certifications, including: FAA, EASA, DGCA Indonesia and CASA Australia.