MTU Wins Eight-Year Maldivian Contract

Germany’s MTU Maintenance has signed an eight-year MRO contract with the Maldives government-owned carrier Maldivian covering the CFM56-5B engines powering its A320 and A321 aircraft.

Germany’s MTU Maintenance has signed an eight-year MRO contract with the Maldives government-owned carrier Maldivian covering the CFM56-5B engines powering its A320 and A321 aircraft.

Under the agreement Maldivian will receive engine lease support through MTU’s leasing arm, MTU Maintenance Lease Services, alongside maintenance and overhaul services at the MRO’s site in Zhuhai, China.

Maldivian has operated its A320 since October 2012 and took delivery of its A321 in January 2015.

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