TP Aerospace has signed two wheel and brake service contracts with airlines covering 737 aircraft.
The first is with Malaysian startup carrier Rayani Air, which has selected TP Aerospace's Asian division to support its intended fleet of 737s under its Land for Less (LFL) programme.
According to TP Aerospace, LFL will secure Rayani’s guaranteed availability and cost savings while cutting turn-around-time dependency, the risk of unexpected high repair costs and wheels and brakes supply shortages.
The contract also gives Rayani access to TP Aerospace’s components pool in Malaysia.
TP Aerospace has also signed a contract with Thai low-cost carrier Siam Air to cover its 737CL and 737NG fleet under its LFL programme.
As well as the Singapore components pool, Siam will also have access to a dedicated parts centre in Bangkok.