Posted on: 22 September 2015 by Mark Howells
ExpressJet Airlines has signed a three-year agreement with Airinmar which will see the latter manage component repairs for the airline’s fleet of more than 300 regional aircraft.
“Airinmar’s services are aligned with ExpressJet’s vision to increase our competitiveness by improving the efficiency of our supply chain,” explained Wade Steel, chief commercial officer of SkyWest Inc., of which ExpressJet is a subsidiary. “Our partnership with Airinmar will enable us to further reduce costs, accelerate component repair turn times and increase inventory availability to support our demanding fleet schedules.”
“We are excited that ExpressJet has decided to implement Airinmar’s full suite of repair management services,” added Tom Wilson, Airinmar’s president. “Our services complement, enhance and integrate seamlessly with our customers’ existing supply chain operations. We are delighted to add ExpressJet, one of the world’s largest regional airlines, to our growing list of customers, and we look forward to expanding our services further as we integrate with them.”