Korean low-cost carrier Eastar Jet has contracted Lufthansa Technik (LHT) to supply components for its new fleet of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. With currently six aircraft on order, Eastar Jet will receive its first two 737 MAX by the end of 2018, with the remaining four aircraft following in mid-2019. Similar to the support for the airline’s Boeing 737NG fleet, the new Total Component Support (TCS) agreement includes component maintenance as well as spare parts leasing through a component pool at Eastar Jet’s headquarters at Gimpo International Airport in Seoul. Likewise the airline will be granted access to the corresponding

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