Posted on: 20 April 2016 by Mark Howells
Austrian Airlines and Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey (LTAA) have signed a 15-year exclusive agreement for the latter to provide engine MRO services for the airline’s current and future fleet of CF34-10E powered Embraer 195s.
“Based on the excellent performance and support of earlier CF34 models and having finally reached an ambitious and faithful agreement, we have further expanded our business with LTAA and have them selected for CF34-10E MRO services covering our entire Embraer 195 fleet. We are very confident that this will be most beneficial to our airline and will provide the best service and operational stability for the Embraer 195, the new member in our fleet,” explained Klaus Schludnig, the carrier’s acting VP technical.
“After signing the PW150A engine MRO agreement back in September, we are very proud to expand this business relationship by providing new maintenance, repair and overhaul services for Austrian Airlines' fleet of CF34-10E engines through such a long-term agreement,” added Martin Hach, COO of LTAA.