ST Engineering’s Aerospace arm has secured two multi-year MRO contracts from South Korean airline T’way Air that will see to the extension of an ongoing partnership in component and engine MRO between the two companies. Both contracts will take effect from March 2020.
Under the component contract, ST Engineering will continue to provide comprehensive component Maintenance-By-the-Hour (MBHTM) services to the airline’s entire fleet of 28 Boeing 737-800. The company will also support the 25 Boeing 737Max aircraft that the airline plans to add to its growing fleet. Under the engine contract, ST Engineering will continue to provide an integrated suite of CFM56-7B engine MRO solutions that include off-wing maintenance support, on-wing services, engine health monitoring and technical support to the airline’s Boeing 737-800 fleet.
“ST Engineering has been our valued business partner over the last decade and we are excited to extend our partnership into the new decade,” said Hong-Geun Jeong, CEO of T’Way Air said,
“Our longstanding relationship with T’way Air spans over a decade starting in 2010,” said Lim Serh Ghee, President of ST Engineering’s Aerospace sector. “In these 10 years, we have seen how their fleet grew, and have taken immense pride in being able to support them in every step of the way with reliable and comprehensive component and engine maintenance services.”
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