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IAI to Maintain PW4000 Engines for ATSG

Our Bureau - : Jan 17, 2024 - : 11:13 pm

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) Aviation Group signed a long-term contract to maintain and service PW4000 engines for Air Transport Services Group’s (ATSG’s) leasing company, Cargo Aircraft Management (CAM) in Tel Aviv on Wednesday (Jan. 17).

The PW4000 engine maintenance will be carried out at IAI’s Bedek MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) Division’s facilities.

“For the last 70 years, Bedek MRO has been considered a world leader in the MRO sector, with extensive experience in the fields of maintenance, repair, and overhaul, for a variety of aircraft and engines – including the PW4000,” said Ido Ben Cnaan, VP & General Manager, Bedek MRO, Aviation Group. “We are proud of the confidence and long-standing cooperation with ATSG being strengthened with the signing of the current contract.

“IAI welcomes this long-term contract and expects to deepen the business connections both between our companies, and with the American market,” he added.

ATSG has a long-standing relationship with the Israeli company as they have converted more than 150 Boeing 767 aircraft. This newly signed contract is evidence of the depth of the cooperation between these companies. This contract also illustrates the value that ATSG places on its relationship with IAI as it continues to deliver services to its US and global leasing customers.

Bedek’s MRO serves aviation companies and commercial operators around the world and supplies the entire range of MRO capabilities, for aircraft, engines, and subsystems under one roof. The company supports both the wide and narrow-body aircraft produced by Boeing, Airbus, Lockheed Martin, and others and provides maintenance services at all levels, including the most extensive D-check maintenance activities.

Photo: IAI


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