Air France KLM Engineering & Maintenance (AFI KLM E&M) signed a number of contracts at the Paris Air Show including an engine support agreement with Air China Cargo.
Air China’s freight arm signed a long-term MRO deal on Wednesday (June 17) covering the GE90s powering its 777F fleet.
The deal covers six aircraft currently in operation and two more which are due to enter service in September.
Meanwhile, Amman-based Royal Jordanian has renewed its A330 component contract with the MRO.
The rate-per-flight-hour contract, originally signed in 2011, covers repairs and access to a spares pool and will cover the aircraft until they are retired.
Finally, AFI KLM E&M’s joint venture with Lufthansa Technik, Spairliners, secured a component deal with Royal Air Maroc.
The agreement covers repairs and a spares pool for the Casablanca-based airline’s fleet of four E190 aircraft.