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MRO Checklist: Selections and agreements

New partnerships from Bombardier Business Aircraft, Lufthansa Technik, Haeco, Aviation Technical Services, Qantas and Flying Colours


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Lufthansa Technik’s selected by Bombardier Business Aircraft to provide cabin management and inflight entertainment

Bombardier Business Aircraft selected Lufthansa Technik’s Innovation Business Unit to supply its nice HD cabin management and inflight entertainment system on Bombardier’s new Challenger 650 aircraft. The nice HD offers an equipped cabin management system, high definition monitors, 3D maps, audio video on demand, Bluetooth integration and media input capabilities. Customized exclusively for Bombardier, the next-generation cabin management system can be remotely controlled by using Apple or Android devices.

 

Haeco signs 3-year deal of PDQ Airspare’s Next Generation ConsumableCare program

Haeco signed a 3-year deal with PDQ Airspares for the Next Generation ConsumableCare  program. The program includes a stock implant program that provides guaranteed stock availability and a fixed price supply program that provides part supply.

 

Aviation Technical Services partners with Qantas to reduce maintenance cost

Aviation Technical Service (ATS) and Qantas signed an engineering service agreement to improve efficiency and reduce maintenance cost of Qantas’ fleet of more than 75 Boeing 737 aircraft. Through multiple phases of improvement that target availability of material and utilization of personnel, the program will enhance element’s of Qantas’ aircraft maintenance program.

 

Flying Colours signs joint venture agreement with Sparkle Roll Technik

Flying Colours, a North American MRO, signed a multi-million dollar joint venture agreement with Sparkle Roll Technik, a jet technical solution provider headquartered in China. The main focus for the new joint venture will be on private jet cabin modification and aircraft maintenance with the first project consisting of eight B-registered CRJ-200 aircraft, procured by Sparkle Roll Techniks, converted into VIP configurations.

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