StandardAero Wins Mandarin Airlines Contract

US-based StandardAero has signed a six-year contract with Taiwanese carrier Mandarin Airlines to cover maintenance and repair services on the auxiliary power units (APUs) used on the carrier’s fleet of eight Embraer ERJ190 aircraft.

US-based StandardAero has signed a six-year contract with Taiwanese carrier Mandarin Airlines to cover maintenance and repair services on the auxiliary power units (APUs) used on the carrier’s fleet of eight Embraer ERJ190 aircraft.

The contract, StandardAero’s first APU programme in Taiwan, will run up until the anticipated retirement of Mandarin’s ERJ fleet at the end of 2021.

Taipei-headquartered Mandarin’s APUs will be serviced at StandardAero’s facility in Maryville, Tennessee.

Robert Cords, president of StandardAero airlines and fleets, said the firm has been actively pursuing business in Asia Pacific and the agreement marks “an important step” towards its efforts in servicing the region.

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