GSP SIGNS FIVE YEAR DEAL WITH GMG AIRLINES

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By admin November 16, 2010 09:23

GSP SIGNS FIVE YEAR DEAL WITH GMG AIRLINES

Pratt & Whitney Global Service Partners (GSP) has signed a five-year Engine Management Program agreement with Bangladeshi carrier GMG Airlines for its current fleet of PW4060 and JT8D-200 engines. The agreement also covers any future aircraft models GMG Airlines will operate.

“Pratt & Whitney’s Engine Management Program will help us make informed decisions and track critical data for our growing fleet,” said Shahab Sattar, managing director, GMG Airlines. “We look forward to this program improving maintenance costs and allowing us to continue providing superior service to our domestic and international customers.”

“We are excited that GMG Airlines chose Pratt & Whitney for this Engine Management Program,” said Andrew Tanner, vice president, Pratt & Whitney Product Line Management. “This service will provide increased asset value to the airline and help maintain world-class reliability for their engines.”

Pratt & Whitney GSP uses its web-based Advanced Diagnostics & Engine Management (ADEM(tm)) tools to provide engine performance monitoring services. Pratt & Whitney’s team of analysts evaluate the data to monitor and forecast engine health and maintenance. Through detailed analysis of engine data, Engine Management Programs help operators achieve superior reliability and lower maintenance costs throughout the lives of their engines.

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