Posted on: 09 April 2015 by Ross McSweeny
Delta TechOps has extended its auxiliary power unit (APU) partnership with Sun Country Airlines for an additional five-year term.
The news follows Sun Country’s recent three-year agreement with Delta TechOps for its 737 landing gear overhauls with exchange gears.
Now, as Sun Country Airlines’ exclusive APU partner, Delta TechOps will provide maintenance on the GTCP 131-9B APUs for Sun Country’s fleet of 21 Boeing 737 aircraft. The agreement, which extends into 2019, continues to solidify a working partnership that began in 2001.
“Selecting Delta TechOps as our APU maintenance partner was a natural choice for Sun Country Airlines, given Delta’s proven expertise, customised solutions and familiarity with our fleet,” commented Tony Kubit, director of engineering at Sun Country Airlines.
“Delta TechOps provides a unique value proposition that combines world-class service, efficiency and flexibility with industry-leading pricing and turnaround,” remarked Jack Arehart, Delta Tech Ops’ president of MRO services. “Together, we’re able to offer tremendous value to customers like Sun Country, and we look forward to continuing to build on that longstanding relationship.”