StandardAero Wins interCaribbean Contract

US-based MRO StandardAero has secured a two-year MRO agreement with interCaribbean Airways covering its fleet of nine EMB120 and three Beech 99 aircraft.

US-based MRO StandardAero has secured a two-year MRO agreement with interCaribbean Airways covering its fleet of nine EMB120 and three Beech 99 aircraft.

Under the agreement, StandardAero will service the PW118 and PT6 engines powering the turboprops, as well as Honeywell 36-150AA auxiliary power units.

The maintenance will be carried out at StandardAero’s sites in Winnipeg, Canada and Tennesse, US.

InterCaribbean is based in Turks & Caicos and operates flights between the Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and Puerto Rico.

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