BAE Systems Extends Yeti RPFH Contract

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has signed a two-year extension to its existing rate-per-flying-hour (RPFH) component support contract with Nepalese regional operator Yeti Airlines.

BAE Systems Regional Aircraft has signed a two-year extension to its existing rate-per-flying-hour (RPFH) component support contract with Nepalese regional operator Yeti Airlines.

The agreement covers the airline’s fleet of seven BAE Systems-manufactured Jetstream 41 turboprop aircraft and covers around 240 separate part numbers.

Under the terms of the contract, BAE Systems will manage the airline’s spares inventory, logistics and repairs operations, which it said will allow Yeti to focus its attention on the day-to-day running of its domestic schedule.

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