Latest Aviation News MRO & Support TUNISAIR ENTRUSTS ITS CFM56S TO AFI KLM E&M

Tunisair entrusts its CFM56s to AFI KLM E&M

Emilie Drab
11/04/2018 | 226 words
AFI KLM E&M has won the engine support contract for Tunisair's single-aisle aircraft fleet. The contract covers the CFM56-5As, -5Bs and -7Bs which power the sixteen A320s, four A319s and seven 737-600s operated by the airline.

Established on a Time and material base which covers both under wing and workshop operations, the contract was signed in December 2017 and AFI has already started a special mission to restore four CFM56-5A engines to serviceable condition.

A first engine has already been put back into service after intervention by (...)
 
 
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