Austrian carrier InterSky and India’s Jet Airways have both signed new ‘Global Maintenance Agreements’ (GMA) with ATR Maintenance. The GMAs cover the complete management of the components including the repair of line replaceable units (LRUs) and propellers; and the access to an ATR exchange pool. InterSky’s five-year GMA will cover the supply of spare parts and maintenance services for its two new ATR 72-600s; its first ATR -600 was delivered this month, with the second one expected in March. InterSky will also have access to an inventory of spare parts on lease at its premises. Jet Airways’ seven-year agreement, valued at $48m, covers the supply of spare parts and maintenance services for the airline’s ATR fleet. According to ATR, both airlines will benefit from guaranteed availability of spares; reduced maintenance costs; and simplified maintenance procedures.