According to the Repair Cycle Management (RCM) agreement between the two parties, AJW Group will perform data analysis and assistance regarding component engineering services for the entire Aer Lingus fleet of A320 family and A330 aircraft. It will also provide repair and logistical support.
According to the contract, AJW will provide direct support to Aer Lingus’ fleet of A320, A321LR/XLR and A330 aircraft covering the majority of airframe and engine LRUs, including new A321neo aircraft.
“Aer Lingus has a long-standing relationship with AJW,” said Dominic Ryan, Aer Lingus’s Director of Maintenance. “With a strong partner in AJW, known for its global supply chain excellence and innovation, we are confident that this partnership will support our key focus on safety, efficiency and operational excellence.”
“We are delighted that Aer Lingus has chosen AJW as their complete supply chain management provider. With many years of excellent relations, we are delighted to have signed a contract together. “The partnership testifies our excellence in supporting such dynamic supply chain solutions with our airline partners and cements AJWs position as the market leader on the A320 CEO and NEO platform,” said Tom De Geytere, Chief Sales Officer of AJW Group.
According to AJW, the service includes a close working relationship between AJW and Aer Lingus engineering teams and AJW Technique, the Group’s Maintenance Repair and Overhaul facility.
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