ST AEROSPACE WINS CHINA AIRLINES CONTRACT

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP November 4, 2010 14:44

ST AEROSPACE WINS CHINA AIRLINES CONTRACT

China Airlines and ST Aerospace have signed a seven-year component maintenance contract worth $16.2 million. The contract is for the component Maintenance-By-the-Hour (MBHTM) support of China Airlines’ fleet of 10 Boeing 737-800 aircraft. This contract includes repair management and pool access to ST Aerospace’s worldwide inventory.

“China Airlines thrives on providing quality and dependable flight services to our customers,” says Derek Cridland, senior vice president, engineering & maintenance, China Airlines. “As we continue to deliver on our service excellence, we have selected ST Aerospace as our partner to support our component maintenance requirements. ST Aerospace’s cost effective maintenance solutions and excellent performance track record have made them an ideal partner choice and we trust that they will provide us with reliable, high quality support on a wide range of services.”

Chang CheowTeck, president of ST Aerospace says: “We are pleased that China Airlines selected ST Aerospace’s component MBHTM support programme for their fleet maintenance requirements. This contract attests to the confidence that legacy airlines and low cost carriers have in our integrated component support programmes. It also affirms our strengths in Boeing 737 next generation aircraft maintenance. We will continue to leverage our extensive capabilities and experience in Boeing 737 maintenance to bring value-add to China Airlines and other 737 aircraft operators.”

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