Latest Aviation News MRO & Support AFI KLM E&M WILL CONTINUE TO SERVICE VIETNAM AIRLINES'S GENXS FOR THE NEXT 12 YEARS

AFI KLM E&M will continue to service Vietnam Airlines's GEnxs for the next 12 years

Emilie Drab
11/04/2018 | 135 words
AFI KLM E&M has signed a long-term flying hour support contract with Vietnam Airlines. The contract covers the GEnxs of the airline's 787 fleet - which will number nineteen planes next year - and runs for a period of twelve years. The Vietnamese airline will be entrusting the servicing of these engines to the Franco-Dutch company and will have access to spare engines.

"Thanks to our previous successful collaboration in equipment support for Vietnam Airlines's 787-8s and the first quick turn workshop inspections on the GEnx, we have every confidence in AFI KLM E&M's ability to guarantee smooth operation for our Boeing 787-9s and our fleet in general", said Duong Tri Thanh, the CEO of Vietnam Airlines.
 
 
 
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