Canadian carrier WestJet has signed a multi-year agreement with Aviation Technical Services (ATS) for heavy maintenance work on its fleet of 737 aircraft.
The contract, which begins with immediate effect, will see ATS cover WestJet’s fleet of more than 100 of the aircraft type with C-checks.
US-based ATS said the agreement will provide a chance to expand opportunities and fleet types between the parties. “WestJet selected ATS because of their reputation and success in delivering quality aircraft on-time,” said John Kelly, vice-president of technical operations at WestJet.
“Additionally, ATS’ locations complement our network, providing opportunities for us to expand the agreement as WestJet grows its operation.”