HAECO Americas has extended its agreement with Alaska Airlines for airframe maintenance on its 737 fleet until 2020.
The extension is the second between the parties after the initial Alaska Airlines maintenance agreement, first signed in 2010, was extended for the first time in 2013.
Kurt Kinder, vice-president of maintenance and engineering at Alaska Airlines, said: “The company has a solid track record in performing quality airframe maintenance for us, and I look forward to continuing this partnership through to 2020.”
HAECO Americas also said that in addition to the extended contract, it is currently working with Alaska Airlines on a cabin improvement programme through its HAECO Cabin Solutions division on more than 100 aircraft.
The first phase of the project has now been completed and the MRO said the second phase will begin later this year.