Georgian Airways has signed a long-term agreement with Germany-based component specialist Spairliners for all-encompassing component maintenance on the carrier’s two Embraer E190s. The agreement gives the Georgian flagship airline access to Spairliners’ pool of spare parts and component repair services, reads a statement released by Spairliners.
Georgian Airways took delivery of its two E190s this past summer. The aircraft will have access to components and repair services made available by Spairliners’ parent comanies, Lufthansa Technik and Air France Industries KLM Engineering & Maintenance, at their respective bases in Munich and Paris.
Earlier this year, the carrier signed an agreement with Ukraine International Airlines for long-term component repair, lease and exchange for that carrier’s fleet of five E190s.
Spairliners was founded in 2005 and has established parts warehouses in Paris and Munich, as well as auxiliary parts pools in Frankfurt and Singapore. The company supports the operation of Airbus A380 and Embraer E170, E175, E190 and E195 aircraft. Its customers include Qantas, Air France, Lufthansa, and Malaysia Airlines.
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