HAECO Hong Kong has signed a long-term agreement to provide component maintenance support for Aeroflot-Russian Airlines.
The scope of the new agreement covers component repair and overhaul, as well as loan and exchange services for Aeroflot’s commercial aircraft fleet, including its Airbus A319, A320, A321, A330 and A350, Boeing 737, 777, and even Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100. The agreement will run until 2032 and the support will be jointly provided by various entities and facilities across the HAECO Group, including HAECO Hong Kong, HAECO Component Overhaul in Hong Kong and Xiamen, HAECO Composite Services and HAECO ITM.
The partnership between HAECO and Aeroflot has continued to grow over the years. In addition to line maintenance support, HAECO Hong Kong has been providing heavy maintenance support for Aeroflot’s Airbus A330 aircraft since 2018. Upon completing the first Airbus A350 A check for the airline in 2020, it extended the partnership to provide heavy maintenance support for its Boeing 777 aircraft in 2021.
Aeroflot currently operates a fleet of 203 aircraft, including 20 Boeing 777-300s, 37 Boeing 737-800s, six Airbus A350-900s, 15 A330s, 33 A321ceos, three A321neos, 64 A320ceos, five A320neos and 20 Supejet 100s.
The prospects and challenges facing Russia’s and CIS’ MRO industry will be discussed and thoroughly explored at the MRO Russia & CIS 2021 conference and exhibition (September 15-16), the 16th iteration of the largest annual event in Eastern Europe and Central Asia that is focused solely on covering the crucial issues of the MRO services for the region’s fast recovering air transport industry
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