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Corendon Dutch Airlines Inks 737NG and MAX Fleet Component Support Deal With AFI KLM E&M

Arun Sivasankaran - : Apr 27, 2021 - : 2:49 am

Corendon Dutch Airlines has extended a long-term agreement with AFI KLM E&M covering component support for its fleet of Boeing 737NG and upcoming 737MAX.

The contract provides for adaptive services, including maintenance and repair as well as the provision of spare parts. The contract extension now covers Corendon Dutch Airlines’ Boeing 737NG and upcoming 737MAX fleets.

Maintenance operations will be carried out by AFI KLM E&M and Boeing partner teams under their joint 737 Component Support Program (CSP).

AFI KLM E&M provides engine and component maintenance services to the Dutch airline under a cooperation agreement that began in 2014.

“We believe that this contract will deliver great value to Corendon Dutch Airlines both in terms of the quality of the support provided and in the overall contract cost,: said Freek van der Pal, Managing Director of Corendon Dutch Airlines. “We opted for a reliable concept with a trusted partner.”

“This agreement is a renewed sign of Corendon’s trust in AFI KLM E&M services,” said Ton Dortmans, Executive Vice President of KLM E&M. “We are delighted to pursue our partnership and to continue delivering very high level support for Corendon Dutch Airlines.”

AFI KLM E&M’s component maintenance program (CSP) offers customers top-flight service quality and pricing. Large numbers of airlines all around the world have already opted for CSP 777 and 737, making AFI KLM E&M and Boeing leading component support providers for the global 777 and 737 fleets.

“Our expertise on the 737 derives from our privileged position as an MRO owned by airlines which themselves operate this aircraft,” said Olaf Hoftijzer, AFI KLM E&M Vice President Sales Europe & Key Accounts. “This means we can guarantee our clients stable, predictable performance and all-round knowledge of the operational issues likely to arise during revenue service.”

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