Posted on: 08 September 2010 by Ross McSweeny
Airlinair has awarded EADS SECA a contract for the global support of the entire fleet of Pratt & Whitney Canada PW120, PW121, PW124B and PW127 engines fitted on its ATR 42/72 aircraft.
This contract, covering a new five year period after the first agreement signed in 2005, confirms and strengthens the confidence in the relationship developed between Airlinair and EADS SECA. "We are proud of this renewed confidence and therefore contributing to the high level of Airlinair quality of service," remarked Fabrice Dumas, CEO of EADS SECA.
“We are pleased [that] our 48 engines will continue to be maintained with the highest standard of quality for the security of our customers,” commented Lionel Guerin, chairman & CEO of Airlinair.
Airlinair is a French regional airline, based at Paris Orly airport, and operates a fleet of 24 ATR aircraft. The carrier has its own maintenance station in Limoges, approved according to the Part 145 regulation, and entrusts EADS SECA with the maintenance of its aircraft engines.
Photo: Juergen Lehle