Lufthansa Technik and the Indian international carrier Jet Airways have expanded their cooperation. Representatives of both companies signed a Total Component Maintenance (TCM) contract for Jet Airways’ narrowbody fleet of 80 Boeing 737NG, with single components repaired in a closed-loop and flat rate-based process. In addition, the existing Total Component Support (TCS®) contract for Jet Airways’ widebody fleet was extended by another seven years. The contract comprises an extensive component pooling-based support for ten Boeing 777 and eight Airbus A330 aircraft. Amit Agarwal, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Jet Airways, said: “As India’s premier international airline, Jet Airways follows a
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