Air Serbia has inked an exclusive V2500 engine maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) contract with MTU Maintenance.
The six-year agreement covers MRO, engine trend monitoring and spare engine services for Air Serbia’s V-powered A319 and A320 aircraft fleet.
“We are delighted to have signed a contract with the world-renowned engine experts MTU Maintenance,” says Željko Pejovic, Director Air Serbia Technical. “We trust them to take excellent technical care of our engines and are convinced they will provide us with reliable, highly-individualized and cost-efficient services.”
As the number one service provider for V2500 engines worldwide, MTU Maintenance carried out over a third of all shop visits on this engine type in 2019.
“We are specialized in customized solutions for aero engines and proud to have been selected by Air Serbia for offering the best all-round care package for their engines,” says Michael Schreyögg, Chief Program Officer, MTU Aero Engines. “We have exceptional understanding of the V2500 fleet and are concentrating on providing all our customers with the flexible and highly customized engine MRO services they need now more than ever. As such, we are committed to ensuring Air Serbia’s needs are cost-effectively met during this ever-changing environment.”
MTU Maintenance is the largest independent service provider for V2500 engines with its centre in Hannover, Germany, handling V2500 engine work since 1989, Zhuhai, China, since 2003 and V2500 engine work at MTU Maintenance Canada in Vancouver started in 2017.
Air Serbia was founded in 1927 and today operates a total of 21 aircraft including A330s for transatlantic flights.
With more than 25 years of experience in defence publishing, Global Business Press and its industry leading titles Asian Defence Technology, Asian Airlines & Aerospace and Daily News are the leading defence publications in the region, present at more international shows and exhibitions than any other competing publication in the region.
Curtiss-Wright Wins U.S. Navy Deal for MOSA Computer Modules to Support Identification Friend or Foe RADAR System