BERLIN, GERMANY - JANUARY 27: A passenger plane lands at Schoenefeld Aiport near the construction site and the new control tower of the new Berlin Brandenburg International Aiport (BBI) on January 27, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. A variety of grassroots local action groups are protesting against the new airport, claiming the landing and takeoff routes are too close to residential and environmentally sensitive areas. BBI Aiport is scheduled to open in June, 2012. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

MRO Checklist: Extended, Expanded And New Partnerships

Partnerships from Marshall Aerospace, Lufthansa Technik, and JorAMCo

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SAS and Lufthansa Technik expand partnership
Scandinavian Airline Systems signed a new agreement with Lufthansa Technik which includes Lufthansa Technik taking on more than 150 C-checks for the airline’s fleet of Boeing 737NG and Airbus A320 family aircraft. As a result, more than 100 aircraft will be  added to Lufthansa Technik’s international overhaul network, in which C-checks for SAS’ fleet of Airbus A330/340 aircraft are already carried out by Lufthansa Technik Malta. 
Services Air Cargo signs deal with JorAMCo
Services Air Cargo, a Congo based carrier, signed a deal with JorAMCo to provide base maintenance services for one A310 aircraft.  JorAMCo is a commercial aircraft MRO facility that serves customers in the Middle East, Europe, South East Asia, Africa, Russia and the CIS countries and is located at a special duty-free zone area in Queen Alia International Airport in Amman-Jordan.
Marshall Aerospace and Defense Group extend contract with Commsoft
Marshall Aerospace and Defense Group, extended its contract with Commsoft for the use of Oases. Oases is an MRO IT system from which Marshall Aerospace and Defense Group has selected the airworthiness, planning and core modules.
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