Posted on: 11 May 2015 by Ross McSweeny
interCaribbean Airways has signed an agreement which will see StandardAero support its fleet of Embraer EMB 120 Brasilias and Beech 99 turboprops with maintenance, repair and overhaul services for the next two years.
"An agreement with StandardAero solidified our long-held confidence in the work they have performed for our company," averred Lyndon Gardiner, chairman of interCaribbean Airways.
The agreement covers MRO services for PW118 and PT6 aircraft engines as well as Honeywell 36-150AA APUs. All repairs will be conducted at StandardAero’s facilities in Winnipeg, Canada and Maryville, Tennessee, USA.
“This agreement reflects our continuous efforts and flexibility to support specific airline and operator needs across multi-airframe and multi-engine aircraft models,” remarked Robert Cords, president of StandardAero. “We continue to strive to provide the world’s best MRO services to new customers in every region of the world."