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Iberia Maintenance will take care of RB211 engines for two new DHL subsidiaries

Romain Guillot
28/02/2018 | 75 words
Iberia Maintenance has won a contract to service RB211-535-E4 engines powering twenty Boeing 757Fs flying on behalf of DHL. These planes belong to DHL Air UK and Blue Dart Aviation (India).

The new contract covers 40 engines over a 10-year period.

The Spanish airline's MRO division was already looking after the RB211-535Cs which power DHL's 757Fs based in Germany.
 
 
 
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