Pegasus Pens $500m Engine Support Agreement With CFM

Turkish low-cost carrier (LCC) Pegasus Airlines has signed an eight-year time and materials support agreement with CFM International covering 90 shop visits for the CFM56-7B engines powering its fleet of 56 737-800 aircraft.

Turkish low-cost carrier (LCC) Pegasus Airlines has signed an eight-year time and materials support agreement with CFM International covering 90 shop visits for the CFM56-7B engines powering its fleet of 56 737-800 aircraft.

The contract, worth $500m at current list prices, also includes the purchase of four spare engines.

The Istanbul-headquartered LCC currently operates a fleet of 66 Boeing and Airbus aircraft all powered by CFM56 model engines.

Sertac Haybat, CEO of Pegasus Airlines, said the new agreement will further help the carrier maintain its CFM56 engine fleet to the highest standards.

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